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PROFILE

2009

Tolentino Boulevard, Barangay District #10,


Balayan, 1st District, Batangas, Philippines
Tel.: (043) 921-1910
Mobile: 09109192842
email: anakbalayan@yahoo.com
A NA K - BA LAYA N
anakbalayan151@gmail.com
S IN CE 19 9 5
website: http://www.freewebs.com/anakbalayan
http:// www.anakbalayan.multiply.com
“ Communities with capability, capacity and are in unity to manage, protect, con-
serve, and rehabilitate resources and biodiversity together with the local government
units, agencies, institutions, individuals, groups and other stakeholders or sectors for a
sustainable, peaceful, prosperous and develop future where every family has sufficient
income and opportunities to source of income, has access, decision and control to re-
sources, enough education, benefit social services, and enjoying abundant fruits of na-
ture and resources. “

People’s empowerment and participation.


Gender equality.
Sustainable resources and environment management cross-cutting gender and hu-
manitarian issues and concern.
Institutionalization of POs effort of conservation and protection of Balayan
resources.
Poverty alleviation

Creation of alternative livelihood


Meaningful participatory governance.
Strong, stable, and capable federation
ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION:
Name : Ang Nagkakaisang Mamamayang Kostal ng Balayan, Inc.
Former Name : Alyansa ng Nagkakaisang Mamamayang Kostal ng Balayan, Inc.
Acronym : ANAK-BALAYAN
Legal Status : Municipal Federation of Coastal Community Organizations, non-
stock non-profit autonomous organization
Founded : November 19, 1995
Registered at : Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Reg. No. : ANO96-01848
On : May 22, 1996
Office Address : Tolentino Boulevard, Barangay District #10, Balayan,
1st District, Batangas, Philippines
Landline : (043) 921-1910 Mobile: 09109192842
Email address : anakbalayan@yahoo.com , anakbalayan151@gmail.com
Web site : http://www.freewebs.com/anakbalayan
http://www.anakbalayan.multiply.com
Accreditation : Provincial Government of Batangas
Municipal Government of Balayan, Batangas
Representation : People’s Organizations
Total members : 26 Pos (1,062 individuals)
Focal Interest : Fishery, Coastal resources and environment
Main Program : Community-based Coastal Resource Management
Fund source : Self-reliant, donations, grants, solicitations
Project : MultiPartnership Building for Sustainable Resource Management
of Balayan Municipal Waters Project (PHI 121/05)
Funded by : United Nation Development Program -Global Environmental
Facility -Small Grants Programme-Philippines {UNDP GEF SGP]
Under : Joint UNDP-GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP)-PEMSEA
Partnership Arrangement
Project Duration : Startdate: March 1, 2006 End date: February 28, 2008
Project Description : The project focused on multi-partnership building, policy
advocacy, and capacity building activities as tools towards the
establishment of a sustainable and wholesome resources and
environment through implementation of an integrated coastal
resources and environment management in the municipality.
Brief History:

Balayan municipal water is still productive in 1980’s. This has gradually deteriorated as the years passed
due to the changing use of fishing gears and methodologies most of which are destructive in nature such as
blasting and noxious (dynamite and cyanide) that destroyed fish habitat. Siltation from upland through rivers
and creeks complimented to the deterioration. At this stage, an NGO (Center for Empowerment and Resource
Development, Inc. [CERD]) came after a study on the fishery status of the municipalities in Western Batangas
(Calatagan, Balayan, and Calaca) was conducted by a group of academe, professionals, and fishery reforms ad-
vocates. In Balayan they sought the help of municipal fishers from Barangay Palikpikan, 10, and Carenahan.
During the validation of the result of the study which was attended by fisher folks, women, youth, LGUs/
LGAs, PNP, Coastguard and other stakeholders, all participants agreed that the municipal water’s productivity
is declining and therefore must be rehabilitated and protected. Thus it was agreed that a program which would
revert the trend must be implemented. This program must be equip with rehabilitation, protection, and conser-
vation components as well as development of resource managers with intended coupling of consciousness stir-
ring and community organizing, policy advocacy and linkage, and capability building.

It was seen that a big hope to materialize this endeavor lies on the hands of organized groups that fave the
way to the establishment of (through the help of CERD who started the implementation of community-based
coastal resource management [CBCRM] project) the 3 people’s organizations namely the Samahan ng mga
Babaing Mag-iisda sa Palikpikan (SBMP) in Barangay Palikpikan, Barangay Diez Small Fisherfolk Association
(BDSFA) in Barangay 10 and Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Mangingisda sa Carenahan (SNMC) in Barangay
Carenahan. The 3 organizations bonded together to form a municipal federation in the name of Alyansa ng
mga Nagkakaisang Mangingisda sa Balayan, Inc. (ANAK-BALAYAN). This was done on November 19, 1995.
Most members lack enough education thus series of trainings on organizational and advocacy were conducted.
This has resulted to a deeper perception of organizational, environmental and sectoral issues. Other organiza-
tions were established later (SMMP in Brgy. Palikpikan, PDKN in Brgy. 10, SAMALAKAB in Brgy. 8), all of
which became members of the federation under its new name, Ang Nagkakaisang Mamamayang Kostal ng
Balayan, Inc. Within five years time, Balayan fisher folks displayed remarkable efforts in attempting to win
back what the municipal waters had lost. Efforts includes policy advocacy, rehabilitation activities, information
campaigns and organizational development, the latter in form small fishers group consolidation. In 2000 see-
ing the potential of capable implementers, CERD transferred the management of its program, CBCRM, to the
federation thus becoming partner PO in this part of the country of the former with their fishery thrusts nation-
wide.

As an implementer, capacity is one of the essentials that must be considered. With this situation ANAK-
BALAYAN, with the help of CERD, has enable to draw a proposed project aiming to acquire capacity in man-
aging a program that is CBCRM. The project proposal was submitted to UNDP GEF SGP for financial assis-
tance and was approved on December, 2001. By January of 2002 the implementation of the project started. Pro-
ject components includes capability building activities, policy advocacy, resource protection through deputiza-
tion of Bantay-Dagat, establishing a fish sanctuary, and adoption of a land use plan by the municipality. Both
the federation and the fishers benefits from the achievements and capacities gained from the project.

However, capable federation and fisher leaders are not enough in assuring municipal coastal resources are
adequately managed and sustained. After the capability-building project, ANAK-BALAYAN saw the need of
pooling collaborative efforts of multi-stakeholders to forge sustainability of its initiatives, improvements of re-
sources and achieving wholesome coastal environment. Thus a new project was designed and proposed aim-
ing to build cooperation and commitments of multi-stakeholders for an integrated coastal resource and envi-
ronment management both at the municipal and barangay level. The federation implemented the project on
March 1, 2006 up to the present.
Tract record:
In 1997 hand in hand with CERD, the federation is instrumental to the passage of a municipal ordinance
(Municipal Ordinance No. 535 (97-05)) declaring 15 kilometers from shorelines prohibited to commercial fish-
ers and for the exclusive use of municipal small fishers. In collaboration also with CERD, rehabilitation pro-
jects (artificial reefs and fish aggregating device) were establish in Barangay Palikpikan (1999 and 2000), San
Piro (2000), 8 (2000) and Carenahan (2000). Through advocacy the federation gained financial support (food
and labor cost from LGUs and the material costs from PACAP-AUSAID for this projects. Since its formation,
the federation faced challenges as co-managers of coastal resources such as illegal titling of salvage zone in
Barangay 10 (though unsuccessful in revoking the title, fishers’ initiatives served as preventive measures to
other interested private individuals up to the present), destructive fishing (Hulbot-hulbot) operations in the
municipality operated by Barangay Carenahan residents in 1998-1999 (which was successfully stopped through
vigorous advocacy of implementing the fishery law by municipal authority), and the attempt to operate quarry
in Barangay Palikpikan which was opposed by vigilant members of the federation.

From 1997 to 2000, fisher leaders aided the NGO in monitoring fish stock through Fish Stock Assessment
being respondents and managing the activity at the barangay level.

In 2001, the federation after CERD turned over its program become implementer of CBCRM in Balayan,
Batangas. To date, member organizations (SBMP and SMMP) from Barangay Palikpikan with support from
the federation enable to fully stop initiatives of quarry operations in the area after more than a year of assertion
of the proponent. The federation succeeded in advocating implementation of fishery law in the municipality
resulting to completely stoppage of Taksay (a commercial and destructive gear) fishing owned and operated by
a commercial fisher from Quezon. Another attempt to own part of the salvage zone in Barangay Carenahan by
private individuals was put to stopped with the collaboration of federation member and the Barangay Council
and employing strategies. It also organized new organization in Brgy. San Juan (Samahan ng mga Manging-
isda sa Brgy. San Juan [SMB-SJ]). The federation pushed the activation of FARMCs resulting to the creation of
MFARMC and BFARMCs in the municipality.

In 2002-2003 as an implementer of capability-building project , the federation was able to achieve indicators
such as:
1. organized and established three (3) new organizations in Brgy. Navotas (Sama-Sama sa Ganap na Pag-
unlad, Inc. [SAGAP], in Brgy. Cuatro (Samahan ng mga Mangingisda sa Sitio Ina ng Awa ng Brgy. Cuatro,
Inc. [SMSA], and in Brgy. Gimalas (Fisherfolk Association of Gimalas, Inc.) [FLAG].
2. policy advocacy work resulted to the:
a) declaration of municipal Comprehensive Land Use Plan as null and void by the Sangguniang Ba-
yan as it was approved without proper public consultation.
b) declaration of part of municipal waters in Barangay Carenahan as Fish Sanctuary and Fish Re-
serve (37,361.106 and 28,370.372 square meters respectively) by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 594 (2003-
14), Series of 2003. Prior to the municipal enactment, Barangay Carenahan initiated and assisted by the federa-
tion in its Barangay Ordinance No. 001, Series of 2003 through Barangay Resolution No.024, Series of 2003 de-
clared the same.
c) instillation of a fishery technician item in the Municipal Agriculture Office (includes recommen-
dation of the personnel and after some months the item become permanent) and inclusion to municipal annual
budget of the fishery development expenditures.
d) Creation of Municipal Fisheries Management Office by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 584
(2003-04) through Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 2003-54.
e) Enactment of Balayan Municipal Fisheries Code by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 592 (2003
-12) amending Municipal Ordinance No. 535 (97-05) and adopting almost all provisions of RA 8550.
f) budget allocation of MFARMC and logistic support to BANTAY-DAGAT.
g) Municipal Resolution No. 2002-141 requesting NAMRIA to undertake Preliminary delineation
and delimitation of the municipal waters.
h) Declaration of municipal promotion of cleanliness and regulating disposal of garbage, filth and
other waste matters in the municipality by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 580 (2002-16) through Municipal
Resolution No. 2002-232
3. Linkages and networking works resulted to:
a) establishment of seaweeds farms in Brgys. Palikpikan (which later become municipal seaweeds
nursery) in October 2002, San Piro and Gimalas in 2003.
b) deputization of 8 Bantay-Dagat by BFAR
c) granting of multi-purpose building in Barangay 10 worth PhP600,000.00 and PhP200,000.00 in
Barangay Palikpikan by AKBAYAN Partylist the former used as office of the federation till present and the lat-
ter by the member organizations in the area. Later another multi-purpose center was constructed in Barangay
San Piro through the same partylist worth PhP500,000.00 owned by the federation member LAMBAT.
d) granting of a monitoring boat by the British Embassy worth PhP50,000.00
e) access to use of equipments (computers, venues, projectors, vehicles, etc.) of private individuals,
LGUs and NPC-BCFTPP.
f) livelihood skills opportunities from trainings on seaweeds culture and processing, bangus
deboning, and aquaculture.
g) formalization of membership to pollution monitoring team of NPC-BCFTPP
4. Resource management efforts resulted to:
a) production of fish stock assessment forms and analyzing the results thereof.
b) enable to design and make module on resources monitoring.
c) part of its rehabilitation program, the federation in partnership with its member LAMBAT has
planted 2000 mangroves propagules to the mouth of one of the rivers at Barangay San Piro 40% of which were
growing today.
d) appointment of 18 municipal fish warden by the local executive.
e) staging the first mass coastal clean-up.
5. Capability building resulted to the conduct of different skills trainings and exposure trips of fisher
leaders to Quezon and Antique.

Other achievements in the next two years are:


1. acquisition of 3 monitoring boat with radio communications from NPC-BCFTPP awarded to 3 member-
organizations (SMMP, SNMC, SAMALAKAB)
2. acquisition of PhP50,000.00 livelihood assistance from DENR (Seaweeds Processing equipments)
3. co-coordination of 3rd year coastal clean-up activities (Daigdig ko, Mahal ko Earth Day celebration, In-
ternational Coastal Clean-up)
4. FSA continuity and assistance to 5th survey/study of live corals in Barangay Carenahan (BFAR)
5. support to the regular patrolling of Bantay-Dagat and re-organization of MFARMC
6. membership in Municipal Development Council
7. mobilization in support to protest of SAMMACA for mangrove conversions in Pagapas Bay
8. membership in PhilSteel Corp Pollution Monitoring Team
9. facilitation in the formation of youth org in Barangay Palikpikan (Akbayan ng mga Kabataan sa Palikpi-
kan [AKKAP])
10. convenor of meeting/consultation with fisher folks organized by LGU
11. acquisition of PhP50,000.00 from CARET as livelihood fund (gill net)
12. 2nd ANAK-BALAYAN organizational review resulting to changes in structure
13. drawing out of Multi-Partnership Building for Sustainable Fishery Management of Balayan Municipal
Waters Project (MPBSFMBMWP)
14. regular NPC-BCFTPP and PhilSteel Pollution Monitoring Teams activities
15. mobilization/protest to Asturias in Baha/Talibayug for proposed mining (cement)
16. acquisition of Multi-purpose Building of LAMBAT valued at PhP500,000.00 from AKBAYAN Partylist
17. assistance to member organization (BDSFA) in drawing and submitting installation of artificial reef pro-
ject proposal to NPC-BCFTPP which was approved in January 2006 but was installed in march of 2007.
The following are achieved during implementation of MultiPartnership Building for Sustainable Fishery
Management of Balayan Municipal Waters Project (PHI 121/05) which was started in March 1, 2006:
a. conducted municipal resources inventory
b. conducted financial mechanism establishment attempt (Raffle para sa Kalikasan and BIGAY KA! which
was introduced in October 30, 2006) during 1st symposium for environmental improvement and resource con-
servation in the municipality .
c. established new organization for resource and environment improvement/conservation formed (Freeing
Resources Environment from Exploitative and Degrading Offense of Mankind [FREEDOM] and Samahan ng
mga Kabataan Para sa Kalikasan [SKPK] of Barangay 10, Seaside Envisions Advancement: Hope for Organiza-
tions, Resources , and Sustainable Environment [SEAHORSE] of Barangay 9, Bagong Unyon ng Kaunlaran,
Organisasyon at Dagat [BUKLOD] of Barangay San Juan, Samahan ng mga Inang Kaagapay sa Pag-unlad
[SIKAP] of Barangay 4, Navotas Fisherfolk Association [NFO] of Barangay Navotas, Women for Improvement
of San Piro [WAIS] and San Piro Youth [SPY] of Barangay San Piro, Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Kababaihan
ng Carenahan [SNKC] of Barangay Carenahan, and Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Kababaihan sa Baclaran
[SNKB] of Barangay Baclaran.
d. conducted trainings on Local Good Governance, Multiple-use conflict management, Pollution Data
gathering, Trainors training, Unrecoverable Material development,
e. establishment of Balayan Resource Information Center begins
f. membership in CLEAN-UP the World (ANAK-BALAYAN, FREEDOM, Sangguniang Kabataan ng San
Piro, AKKAP) and Clean-Up the Philippines
g. 1 youth member (Merson Cunanan Arellano) participated in Youth Congress held in Haiku, Hainan,
China in December
h. Drafting of Municipal Fishery Management Plan by MAO, MFARMC, and ANAK-BALAYAN
i. MFARMC recommended implementation of auxiliary invoice in line with the establishment of financial
mechanisms for resource/coastal environment improvement, fisher folk registrations, amendments to Munici-
pal Fishery Ordinance.
j. assistance to BFAR in the conduct of survey for possible mariculture zone project and was later proposed
to the municipality.
k. LGU awarded equipments to Bantay-Dagat and cleaning equipments to SAMALAKAB
l. participation in the celebration of international coastal clean-up
m. attempts of partnership building (discussions, meetings, etc.)
n. awareness building through popular IEC production and info campaigns to communities and schools.
o. Seaweeds Dip Sauce introduced to the public in Barakalan sa Balayan 2006 held at Municipal Covered
Court for 6 days, product development begins with life-span study
p. opposition to quarry operation attempts in Barangay Palikpikan and Barangay Navotas
q. inputs to municipal development plan: FSA
r. initiating legal basis of improving resources and environment including establishment of financial
mechanisms resulting to:
i. Barangay Ordinance implementing auxciliary invoice in Barangay San Piro by virtue of Barangay
Ordinance No. 08, Series of 2006
ii. Barangay Ordinance creating and implementing barangay waste management in Barangay Carena-
han by virtue of Barangay Ordinance No. 03, Series of 2006
iii. Barangay ordinance prohibiting use of fine mesh net (bayakos) and implementation of fishery laws
imposed in Barangay Navotas and 10 (Barangay Ordinance Nos. 003 and 002, Series of 2007 respec-
tively)
s. Farmer sector partnership in the upland community of Sityo Luya, Barangay Palikpikan established
with the formation of Samahan ng mga Magsasaka sa Sityo Luya [SMSL] resulting to enjoyment of program
benefits from municipal government.
t. Advocacy work for the establishment of barangay nurseries and vegetable gardens, once-a-month/week
stop-operations of industrial/commercial establishments, activation of Barangay Development Councils, crea-
tion of Barangay Resource and Environment Improvement Councils (BREIC) and facilitations in Barangay
development planning.
u. Capability enhancement: Cross Learning visit to Sagip Lingayen Gulf Project in Pangasinan
MEMBERSHIP

Organization Address Total


Men Women Youth
Samahan ng mga Maliliit na Mangingisda sa Palikpi- Brgy. Palikpikan, Balayan, Batan- 28 0 0
kan, Inc. (SMMP) gas, Philippines
Samahan ng mga Babaing Mangingisda sa Palikpi- Brgy. Palikpikan 0 32 0
kan, Inc. (SBMP)
Palikpikan Savings and Credit Association (PASCA) Brgy. Palikpikan 15 19 3

Akbayan ng mga Kabataan sa Palikpikan, Inc. Brgy. Palikpikan 0 0 43


(AKKAP)
Lakas ng mga Mangingisda sa Baybaying-Dagat, Inc. Barangay San Piro 100 70 14
(LAMBAT)
Women’s Association for Improvement of San Piro, Barangay San Piro 0 36 0
Inc. (WAIS)
San Piro Youth, Inc. (SPY) Barangay San Piro 0 0 63

Sama-sama sa Ganap na Pag-unlad, Inc. (SAGAP) Barangay Navotas 0 29 0

Navotas Fisherfolk Association, inc. (NFO) Barangay Navotas 43 0 0

Samahan ng mga Mangingisda sa Sitio Ina ng Awa, Barangay 4 29 3 0


Inc. (SMSA)
Samahan ng mga Inang Kaagapay sa Pag-unlad, Inc. Barangay 4 0 25 0
(SIKAP)
Pinagkaisang Damdamin ng mga Kababaihan sa Nio- Barangay 10 0 70 0
gan, Inc. (PDKN)
Barangay Diez Small Fisherfolk Association, Inc. Barangay 10 92 0 0
(BDSFA)
Samahan ng mga Kabataan sa Pangangalaga sa Barangay 10 0 0 39
Kalikasan, Inc. (SKPK)
Freeing Resources and Environment from Exploita- Barangay 10 0 0 24
tive and Degrading Offense of Mankind, Inc.
(FREEDOM)
Seaside Envisions Advancement: Hope for Resources Barangay 9 9 2 12
Sustainability and Environment, Inc. (SEAHORSE)
Samahan ng Mangingisda Laban sa Kahirapan ng Barangay 8 16 11 0
Brgy. Otso, Inc. (SAMALAKAB)
Samahan ng mga Mangingisda sa Barangay San Juan, Barangay San Juan 14 7 6
Inc. (SMB-SJ)
Bagong Unyon ng Kaunlaran para sa Likas-yaman, Barangay San Juan 22 0 0
Organisasyon at Dagat, Inc. (BUKLOD)
Fisherfolk Ass. of Gimalas, Inc. (FLAG) Barangay Gimalas 11 12 12

Samahan ng mga Nagkakaisang Kababaihan sa Brgy. Carenahan 0 19 0


Carenahan, Inc. (SNKC)
Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Mangingisda sa Carena- Brgy. Carenahan 35 0 0
han, Inc. (SNMC)
Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Kababaihan sa Baclaran, Barangay Baclaran 0 25 0
Inc. (SNKB)
Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Mamamayan ng Baclaran, Barangay Baclaran 31 4 0
Inc. (SNMB)
Samahan ng mga Magbubukid sa Sitio Luya ng Palik- Barangay Palikpikan 34 6 0
pikan [SMSL], Inc.
Fishery Law Enforcement and Assistance Team- Balayan, Batangas 18 0 0
Balayan, Batangas, [FLEAT/BANTAY-DAGAT]
Inc.
TOTAL 479 367 216
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

STATUTORY BOARD
Project Management Team

Expanded

Treasury Body Audit/Inventory Executive Body


Legislative Body Body

Development Body
Judicial Body

SERVICE AREAS

General assembly (GA) refers to all member organization duly represented by equal number of dele-
gates duly authorized to represent therein by their own respective organizations. Equal number of
delegates to the assembly is determined by the legislative body duly appointed to the post as represen-
tative by their own respective organizations to the federation’s law and policy-making body. The GA
is the highest authority responsible for deciding and approving matters, programs, plans and projects
which directly, heavily, and necessarily affects the federation in its entirety. As such it has the power
to veto and disprove any policy or laws enacted by the legislative body through unanimous vote or
quorum.

The Statutory Board refers to the elected officials of the federation (President, Vice-president and
Secretary-General). Any leader can be elected as official as they passed the criteria set by the legisla-
tive body and shall served for three (3) years. The statutory board is responsible for administering the
affairs of the federation and served as duly authorized representative of the federation in all transac-
tions.

Expanded Statutory Board is composed of the Statutory Board plus the heads of the different bod-
ies. Its function is to discuss, decide and enforced matters concerning administration and develop-
ment of the federation in its entirety.
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

The project management team is headed by the project coordinator and the bookkeeper all of
whom are direct personnel of the funding agency. They are assisted by volunteer leaders. The team
are responsible for the direct implementation and management of the project. The Statutory board
serves as monitoring, evaluators, and advisory to the project.

The legislative body is the law and policy-making body of the federation convening thrice in a
year or when necessary. Representation of any leader to the body is duly recommended by respective
member organizations who decide among themselves the representative.

The judicial body (formerly Council of Leaders) served as interpreter of the policies and laws.
Representation of any leader to the body is duly recommended by respective member organizations
who decide among themselves the representative. It shall settle disputes arising from management,
administration, execution, and implementation of all matters concerning the federation and shall en-
forced any decisions made out of settling unless otherwise vetoed by the quorum or unanimous vote
of the GA. The body also serve as appointment authority.

The treasury body is responsible for all financial matters and transactions of the federations. Any
leader can serve as member or head of the body upon duly appointed by the judicial body.

The audit and inventory body is responsible for checking and recommending appropriate finan-
cial and organizational mechanisms for improvement. Head and members are duly appointed by the
judicial body.

Executive body is responsible for the day-to-day management and execution of programs and ac-
tivities of the federation. It has different sections headed by appointed leader of the judicial body.

Development body is responsible for the improvements of programs, projects and activities and
its different sections shall be headed by appointed leaders of the judicial body.

Service areas refers to the 11 coastal community and one (1) upland community. It shall served as
both beneficiary and partner of the programs, projects and activities being implemented or executed.
PLAN

I- Organizational
a. Enhancing capacity building at the federation and member-organization level.
b. Capacity building of service areas
c. Sectoral consolidation for resource and environment management/improvement at service
area level.

II- Resource/Environment Management

a. Implementation of a municipal integrated coastal resources and environment management


b. Installation of marine rehabilitation projects (artificial reefs and Payao)
c. Vegetation of coastal communities and reforestation of upland community.
d. Establishment of additional protected areas including its management plans and financial
mechanisms for resource and environment improvements initiatives.
e. Establishment of resource and environment improvement councils.
f. Mentoring of gained capacities to other municipality nearby coastal communities.

III- Sustainability

a. Entrepreneurial development/establishment at federation and member-organization level.


b. Continue partnership-building.
c. Continue institutionalization of people’s initiatives.

ISSUES NEED TO BE ADDRESSED

1. Conservation vs. industrialization vs. economic concerns


2. Overfishing
3. Habitat/environmental degradation
4. Good Governance implementation
5. Mass cooperation re: conservation and fishery/environmental management
Affiliations/Networks:
Municipal:
Save Balayan Bay Movement (SBBM)
Municipal Fishery and Aquatic Resources Management Council (MFARMC) Balayan, Batangas
Environmental Pollution Monitoring Team, Batangas Sugar Central, Inc., Balayan, Batangas
Municipal Agriculture Office, Balayan, MENRO
Office of the Municipal Mayor and Sangguniang Bayan, Balayan, Batangas
Municipal Development Council
Environmental Pollution Tri-partite Monitoring Team, SteelCorp., Balayan, Batangas
Inter-Municipal:
Inter-Municipal Coordinating Body (IMCB)
Multi-Partite Monitoring Team, NAPOCOR-Calaca, Batangas
CENRO-Calaca
Samahan ng mga Maliliit na Mangingisda sa Calatagan (SAMMACA)
Sagip Kalikasan (SAGKA)
Provincial:
Balayan Bay Integrated Fishery and Aquatic Resources Management Council (BB IFARMC)
Office of the Governor
Sangguniang Panglalawigan, Batangas
BFAR/DA-Batangas
PENRO
 PGENRO
 BALIKAS
National: International:
NFR  CleanUp the World
 CERD  Conservation International
PhilNet/RDI
KASAMAKA
PKSK , KM, KKM
CARET
SARILAYA
TAMBUYOG
BFAR main office and Region IV
DENR
WWF
DA
UNDP GEF SGP
Daily Inquirer
WISE ACT
ECPAT
AKBAYAN
SIKAT
HAYUMA
TANGGOL-KALIKASAN
SALIGAN
 CleanUp the Philippines
 Conservation International-Philippines
 PEMSEA
 UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme-Philippines
Main Activities/ programs, present and past:

Programs/ Location Duration Project Partners Funding Source Status (Ongoing/ Com-
Projects/ pleted [if completed in-
Activities dicate date of comple-
tion])
Resource Rehabilitation Balayan Continuos - all barangay chap- - LGUs (Brgys. Palik- - ongoing
& Protection. Municipal ters pikan, San Piro, 8,
Waters - Brgy. & Municipal San Juan, Carenahan)
Council of Balayan -municipality of Ba-
layan
Advocacy/Campaign Balayan Continuos - all barangay chap- - ANAK-BALAYAN - Ongoing
for the protection of Coastal ters
Coastal Land & Barangays
Waters against Envi-
ronmental Degradation
Educ’l and Tech’l Balayan Continuos - Federation member - ANAK-BALAYAN - Ongoing
Assistance to member Coastal organizations
organizations Barangays
Capability Building for Balayan, Continuos - ANAK- BA- ANAK-BALAYAN - Ongoing
the Fishery Mgt. of Batangas LAYAN new mem-
Balayan Municipal bers
Waters
Pollution Monitoring - Balayan Continuos - all barangay chap- ANAK-BALAYAN - Ongoing
for the protection of Bay ters
Coastal Land and - All coastal - Brgy. & municipal
Waters. brgys. of Ba- Councils of Balayan
layan - BSCI, NPC, SCP
Program expansion for Coastal Continuos Brgys. Guimalas, - ANAK-BALAYAN - Ongoing
the consolidation of Brgys. of Baclaran, 9, Navo-
municipal fishers of Balayan tas, 4,
Balayan.
Resources Research and Balayan Continuos - SMMP, SBMP, ANAK-BALAYAN - On-going
PASCA, LAMBAT,
Study Municipal SMSA, FLAG, PDKN,
Waters BDSFA,SAMALAKA
B, SMB-SJ, SNMC,
SAGAP, SNMB
Mangroves, Swamps & Municipality Continuos LGUs, CENRO, ANAK-BALAYAN On-going
Marshes, Rivers and of Balayan ANAK-
Creeks protection and BALAYAN,
Conservation. Member chapters
Tinapa, Seaweeds Municipality Continuos - SMMP, SBMP, ANAK-BALAYAN On-going
PASCA, LAMBAT,
processing and market- of Balayan SMSA, FLAG, PDKN,
ing BDSFA,SAMALAKA
B, SMB-SJ, SNMC,
SAGAP
Advocacy/ campaign Balayan Continuos - SMMP, SBMP, - Ongoing
PASCA, LAMBAT,
for the protection of Municipal SMSA, FLAG, PDKN,
ANAK-BALAYAN
Balayan Bio-diversity Waters BDSFA,SAMALAKA
B, SMB-SJ, SNMC,
SAGAP
MultiPartnership Municipality March 1, The 11 coastal com- UNDP GEF SGP -Ongoing
Building for Sustain- of Balayan 2006- munity and munici-
able Resource Manage- February 28, pality of Balayan,
ment of Balayan Mu- 2008 sectors, agencies, insti-
nicipal Waters Project tutions, media
Main Activities/ programs, present and past:

PROGRAM PLACE/ COOPERATING AGENCIES/ STATUS


DATE STARTED ORGANIZATIONS
/CONTACT PERSON

1. Capability Building Balayan/Jan. , 2002 UNDP GEF SGP Started on Jan 1, 2002 and ended on April
for the fishery manage- Ms. Angelita Cunanan 30, 2004
ment of Balayan Munici- National Director
pal Waters
2. Municipal Water Brgys. Carenahan & DA Palikpikan, from LGU: 10 AR concrete
Rehabilitation program 10/1996 modules completed in 1999;
Brgys. Carenahan, LGU CERD/PACAP- from CERD /PACAP: 30 AR concrete
Palikpikan, 8 & San AUSAID modules, 20 Payao units completed in 2000; 3
Juan/2000 Jovy T. Cleofe, Exec. Director Seaweeds Farming Establishment; 2000 man-
Brgy. San Piro/ 2001; Palik- BFAR grove propagules planted in the mouth of river of
pikan Rosa F. Macas, Regional Di- San Piro
/2002 rector
3. Marine resources Balayan Bay/1996 to present. LGUs, CENRO, PENRO, Creation of Bantay-dagat;
protection and conserva- DA
tion. MAO: Nedy Rodriguez
BFAR, ANAK-
BALAYAN member chap-
ters.
4. Livelihood formations Coastal communities of Ba- FMO : Andrea Panganiban, Networking for funding.
layan /2002 fishery tech’n Submissions of proposals

5. Institutionalization of Balayan/2002 Networking for funding.


people’s effort on re- Submissions of proposals
sources conservation and
protection.
6. Gender equality and Balayan/2002 to present CERD and ANAK Organizing and membership expansion
participation. BALAYAN

7. Community issues Balayan/2002 to present ANAK-BALAYAN Consultations on waste mgt., coastal communi-
and concerns LGUs ties issues & problems tech’l assistance and
troubleshooting
8. National issues and 1996 to present ANAK-BALAYAN Advocacy and Campaign, participation in nat’l
concerns affecting commu- campaign, symposiums, fora, and other activi-
nities, fisher folks, ties.
women and other sectors.
9. Information Dissemi- Balayan/1996 to present ANAK-BALAYAN, me- Community Consultations, 4 symposiums con-
nation Awareness. dia, schools, LGUs ducted, Information/ Education Campaign,
materials
ANNEXES
List of Officers
Statutory Board
Lucia Sena-Magyaya……….…………………………………………….……………………….President
Teresita Calingasan………………………………………………………………………….Vice-president
Analie Amor Lopez……………………………………………………………………...Secretary-General

(Expanded)
Leticia Ayroso Gonzales………………………….………………………………………..……..Treasurer
Corazon De Los Reyes.……………………………………………....Presiding Officer , Legislative Body
Leoncio Lopez…………………………………………..…………………..…………Head, Judicial Body
Clarita Sarsuelos………………………………………………………....Head, Audit and Inventory Body
Rosario Gilbuena.…………………………………………………..….Deputy Secretary, Executive Body
Maxima Sena………………………………….………………………....…Secretary, Development Body

Legislative Body
Shirley B. Banaguas……………………………………………………..……….…PASCA representative
Edwin M. De Jesus…………………………………………………………………AKKAP representative
Arsenio T. Endozo…………………………………………………………………...SMMP representative
Teresita Q. Anzaldo.………………………………………………………...………..SBMP representative
Maritess Atienza…..………………………………………………………….………SMSL representative
Felipe De Los Reyes…………………………………………………………...…LAMBAT representative
Edna O. Ilao………………………………………………………………………..…WAIS representative
Dennis De Los Reyes……………………………………………………………...……SPY representative
Soledad Cupit……………………………………………………………….………SAGAP representative
Modesto Eronico………………………………………………………………….……NFO representative
Dennis Mendoza………………………………………………………………..…….SMSA representative
Liza Vicencio………………………………………………………………………...SIKAP representative
Hipolita Ayala…………………………………………………………….………….PDKN representative
Raul Catchillar…………………………………………………………….………..BDSFA representative
Cezar Alday…………………………………………………………………………..SKPK representative
Arvin V. Balboa…..………………………………………………………….…FREEDOM representative
Larry Gimeno……………………………………………………………….….SEAHORSE representative
Dejarme Abiad……………….……………………………………..………SAMALAKAB representative
Reynaldo Balboa…………………………………………………………….……...SMB-SJ representative
Edgar Sismundo……………………………………………………………….….BUKLOD representative
Gleciria Apego……………………………………………………………………..…FLAG representative
Gerry Francisco…..…………………………………………………………….……SNMC representative
Concepcion Ramos……………………………………………………………….….SNKC representative
Edna B. Cantos…………………………………………………………………...…..SNKB representative
Antonio Castromero…………………………………………………………………SNMB representative
Resting Castillo……………………………………………………………...………FLEAT representative
ANNEXES
List of Officers
Judicial Body
Edna Endozo……….…………………………….……………………........……….…PASCA representative
Florilyn Manalo……………………………….………………………………………AKKAP representative
Teofilo Garcia…………………………….…………………………………………….SMMP representative
Gloria Lopez…………………………..………………………………………………...SBMP representative
Hermogenes Atienza……………………………………………………….……………SMSL representative
Cristeta Arellano..….……….……..………………….………………………….….LAMBAT representative
Ceresia E. Mendoza.…………………..…………….………………………………..…WAIS representative
Edmil Morillo…………..…………………..……….…………………………………..…SPY representative
Loida Cupit…………………………………….….……………………………...……SAGAP representative
Ronnel M. Magallanes……………………………..…………………….…………….…NFO representative
Danilo Quijano……………...…………………………………………………………..SMSA representative
Peachy T. Ribo………………………………………………………………………….SIKAP representative
Realinda Villalobos……………………………………………………………………..PDKN representative
Generoso O. Ramos..……………………………………………………………...…..BDSFA representative
Andrew Casal .…………………………………………………………………...……..SKPK representative
Raymond Martinez …..………………………………..……………………….…FREEDOM representative
Sancho Disierto ……………………………………………………………….….SEAHORSE representative
Celso V. Panaligan……………….………………..…………………..……....SAMALAKAB representative
Richard Carenan……………………………………….………………...……..……..SMB-SJ representative
Arnel P. Adrehan….……………………………………….……………...……..….BUKLOD representative
Rodrigo Apego…..…………………………………………….…………..…….……...FLAG representative
Rodrigo Francisco……..……………………………………...………………….…….SNMC representative
Florencia B. Caraig……………………………………………...……………….……..SNKC representative
Clarita Suruelos…….………………………………………………...………………...SNKB representative
Amelito Nutor…………………………………………………………..….…………..SNMB representative
Ramiro Mortel..………………………………………………………………………..FLEAT representative

Audit and Inventory Body


Crisanto Banaag……………………………………...…………...…………………………………..member
Amparo C. Morillo……………………………………...…………………...………………………..member
Gregorio Catibog………………………………………...…………………………...……………….member
Felicidad Piliin……………………………………..…………………………………………...…….member
Benigna Cajudo…………………………………...…………………………………………………..member
Eduardo Enumerable…………………………...….………………………………………………….member

Treasury Body

Crisanta Lopez……………………………………………….…………………………….…………member
Vilma Lopez……………………………………………………………………………….…………member
Flordeliza Ilao……………………………………………….………………………….…………….member
Arlan P. Ursua………………………………………………..………………………………...…….member
Carissa Martinez………………………………………………...…………………………………....member
Darwin Rivera……………………………………………………...……………………………...….member
Margarita Francisco………………………………………………………….……………………..…member
ANNEXES
List of Officers
Development Body

Mercedes Badillo………………………………………………..…………………………….HRD officer1


Aida Cornejo……………………………………………………………..……………………HRD officer2
Flora L. De Silva……………………………………………………………Entrepreneurial Dev’t Officer
Virgilio Poblete…………………………………………………………..…..Organizational Dev’t Officer
Tarcila Ramos-Lopez………………………………………………………..Project Development Officer

Executive Body

Bani Basit…………………………………….………Coastal Resources Conservation/Protection officer


Minerva Matute……………………………………………..………………………………Documentation
Maximo De Los Reyes…..…………………………………………….…….Coastal Environment Officer
Merson Arellano…………………………………………………………...……………………Youth Desk
Teresita Q. Anzaldo………………………………………………………..………………..Women’s Desk

Fillmoore Vynne C. Gadon II………………………………………………………....Program Director

Multi-partnership Building for Sustainable Resource Management of Balayan Municipal Waters


Project:

Rodelio I. Bagunas…………………………………………………..…….Coordinator
Adaneo P. Lee……………………………………………………………..Bookkeeper
Project Volunteer Aides:
Erickson M. De Jesus…………………………………………………….………. Sectoral organizer
Pablo Caraig…………………………………………………………….………….Sectoral organizer
Analie Amor-Lopez………………………………………………………..……….Sectoral organizer
Rosario C. Gilbuena………………………………………………………….…….Policy Advocacy
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members

Area I-Barangay Palikpikan:

PALIKPIKAN ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT [PASCA], Inc.


SEC. Registration No. CN200706027
COMPANY TIN 006-715-546

Founded: November 4, 2000 Total membership: 39

Officers:
Analie Amor Lopez………………………………………………………………….Chairperson
Shirley B. Banaguas…………………………………………………………….Vice-chairperson
Rosalina S. Lopez…………………………………………..…………………………..Secretary
Vilma D. Lopez……………………………………………….………………………...Treasurer
Jose M. Catapang………………………………………….…………………………...Auditor
Sotera Tolentino……………….…………………………………………..…………….PRO
Doris B. Lopez……………………………………………………………………..……..PRO
Fillmoore Vynne C. Gadon II ………………………………………………………...Adviser

Members:

Anzaldo, Ronaldo, Q.
Banaguas, Angelina, L
Benter, Liza
Benter, Mandy , P.
Cabaybayan, Albert
Catapang, Cecil, P.
Catapang, Maricel, B.
Catapang, Myra, M.
Garcia, Jocelyn, L.
Garcia, John Carlo, J.
Garcia, Maricel
Garcia, Virgilio, Q.
Gerante, Cristina, A.
Guzman, Jake, T. de
Endozo, Edna
Lopez, Andy, A.
Lopez, Felix, C.
Lopez, Nancy, M.
Lopez, Sheryl
Lopez, Victoria, B.
Manalo, Adelina, L.
Manalo, Adoracion, B.
Manalo, Flordeliza, B.
Manalo, Rodelio, B.
Mendoza, Ofelia, B.
Pantoja, Evangeline, L.
Simene, Erlyvic
Silva, Flora, L. de
Tolentino, Rainer, C.
Soriano, Ador, L.
Soriano, Benedict, L.
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members

Area I-Barangay Palikpikan:

SAMAHAN NG MGA BABAING MAG-IISDA NG PALIKPIKAN [SBMP], Inc.


SEC. Reg. No. ANO94-002566
Date Registered: July 7th 1994

Founded: April 22, 1995 Total Membership: 32

Officers:
Teresita Q. Anzaldo……………………………………………………..…….Chairperson
Lucy S. Magyaya……………………………………………………………Vice-chairman
Gloria Lopez………………………………………………………………………Secretary
Crisanta A. Lopez……………………………………...………………………….Treasurer
Tarcila R. Lopez…………………………………………………..………………..Auditor
Gemma Lopez…………………………………………………………………………PRO
Lorena Garcia…………………………………………………………………………PRO

Members:
Banaguas, Evelyn
Banaguas, Ising
Benter, Dely
Butiong, Aida
Butiong, Araceli
Butiong, Prescila
Garcia, Emilia
Garcia, Pelagia
Guzman, Zenaida de
Jesus, Araceli de
Lopez, Amparo
Lopez, Aquilina C.
Lopez, Irene
Lopez, Melba R.
Lopez, Prescila
Magsino, Josefa
Magsino, Prescila
Manalo, Gleciria
Quinonez, Crisfiana D.
Quinonez, Linda
Pantoja, Aida
Pantoja, Gregoria
Pantoja, Nene
Sena, Asuncion
Soriano, Emma
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members

Area I-Barangay Palikpikan:

SAMAHAN NG MGA MALILIIT NA MANGINGISDA SA PALIKPIKAN [SMMP], Inc.


Sec Registration No. A199715867

Founded: October 18, 1997 Total Membership: 28

Officers:

Erickson M. De Jesus……………………………………………………….Chairperson
Eddie De Jesus…………………………………………………………Vice-chairperson
Armando Garcia…………………………………………………………….Secretary
Virgilio Soriano……………………………………………………………..Treasurer
Demetrio Lopez……………………………………………………………..Auditor
Danny Lopez…………………………………………………………………...PRO
Teofilo Garcia…………………………………………………………………..PRO
Noel Benter……………………………………………………………………..PRO

Members:

Anzaldo, Romeo Q.
Anzaldo, Ruben
Banaguas, Restituto
Calisnao, Simplicio G.
Catapang, Antonio C.
Catapang, Donato M.
Catapang, Narciso M.
Endozo, Arsenio T.
Garcia, Pedro
Jesus, Emerson de
Jesus, Gerry de
Quinones, Jose
Lopez, Jose
Leo A.
Lopez, Ricardo, A.
Lopez, Restituto G.
Lopez, Ruel
Montelle, Antonio
Ramos, Norberto
Tolentino, Melchor
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area I-Barangay Palikpikan:
AKBAYAN NG MGA KABATAAN SA PALIKPIKAN [AKKAP], Inc.

Founded: November 26, 2004 Total Membership: 43

Officers:
Edwin M. De Jesus…………………………………………………………………….…Chairman
Norman B. Banaguas……………………………………………………….………Vice-chairman
Florilyn Manalo…………………………………………………………………………..Secretary
Sherilyn Banaguas……………………………………………………………………….Treasurer
Cherry Ann Lopez……………………………………………………………………......Auditor
Joseph Anzaldo………………………………………………………………………………PRO
Alvin Banaguas………….…………………………………………………………………...PRO

Members:
Arcayos ,Renato
Ayroso, Patricia
Benter, Mary Jane
Benter, Mylene
Baluran, Jayson
Banaguas, Glenn Joey B
Banaguas, Edbert B
Banaguas, Corazon R
Banaguas, Robelito G
Banaguas, Raquelito G.
De Guzman, Frian
De Guzman, Gilbert
De Jesus, Edison M.
De Jesus, Edmon M.
De Jesus, Albert
De Jesus, Alfred
De Jesus, Jimmy L.
Garcia, Rechelle
Garcia, Joselito A.
Lopez, Janeth L.
Lopez, George
Lopez, Jayson L.
Lopez, Jayson D.
Lopez, Jerwin
Lopez, Andrea A.
Lopez, Rogelio
Mendoza, Gabby
Manalo, Florante B.
Manalo, Cheryl T.
Manalo, Eladia
Tolentino, Jerome B
Tolentino, Jonathan B.
Vitto, Analou G.
Vitto, Ramil G.
Vitto, Jeffrey G.
Vitto, Ricardo G.
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area II: Barangay San Piro:
LAKAS NG MGA MALILIIT NA MANGINGISDA SA BAYBAYING DAGAT (LAMBAT) INC.
SEC. Reg. No. A200109154

Founded: June 22, 2000 Total Membership: 184

Board of Directors:

Rodelio I. Bagunas…………………………………………………………………………………...…Chairperson
Eduardo Inumerable……………………………………………………….……………..Vice-chairperson, Internal
Maximo De los Reyes…………………………………………………………………....Vice-chairperson External
Cristeta Arellano ….…………………………………………………………………………………….….Secretary
Maxima Sena………………………………………………………………………………….……………Treasurer
Felipe De Los Reyes………………………………………………………………………………………….Auditor
Dolores Agting……….………………………………………………………………………………...……….PRO
Rosita Asma….……………………………………………………………………………...………………….PRO
Nelia Concepcion…………………………………………………………………………………….……..…..PRO
Siony Noveno…………………………………………………………………………….…………………..…PRO
Osie Alacaba…………………………………………………………………………………..………………...PRO
Sonia Sena……………………………………………………………………..………………………member BOD
Pedro Landicho…………………………………………………………………….………………….member BOD
Ireneo Sena……………………………………………………………………….……………………member BOD
Gloria Cunanan…………………………………………………….…………………………………..member BOD
Maxima S. Cunanan………………………………………………………….………………………..member BOD
Maria Fe Alamag……………………………………………………………………….……………...member BOD
Teddy Alaras……………………………………………………………………………………….….member BOD
Gloria Cunanan………………………………………………………………………….…………….member BOD
Pedro Landicho……………………………………………………………………………………..…member BOD
Conrado Alas………………………………………………………………………………………..…member BOD
Victor Banaguas…………………………………………………………………………………..…...member BOD
Leony Enumerable…………………………………………………………………………..…………member BOD
Ricardo Creag……………………………………………….…………………..………………………...….Adviser
Ernesto Cunanan……………………………………………………………………………………...………Adviser
Leody Camano.…………………………………………………………………………………………….....Adviser
Members:
Agkis, Gina Alas, Florencia Alas, Abraham
Alas, Ampoy Alas, Puring Alas, Ricardo
Alamag, Adelaida Alamag, Danny Alamag, Dahlia
Alamag, Mario Alamag, Monico Alamag, Nick
Alamag, Willie Alamag, Yolanda Alaras, Leopoldo
Alaras, Esteban Alipustain , Ernesto Apolonia, Maring
Asma, Librado Arellano, Doreng Arellano, Generoso
Arellano, Villano Arcayos, Norie Atienza, Lita
Atienza, Basilio Babaran, Liza Bagunas, Catalino
Bagunas, Florencia Bagunas, Sevilla Banaguas, Catalino
Banaguas, Leleth Banaguas, Nelson Banaguas, Pedro
Banaguas, Ricardo Banaguas, Rogelio Banaguas, Victor
Banaguas, Virgilio Benter, Leonora Bico, Danilo
Bulirao, Neriz Butiong, Nomer Butiong, Tikong
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area II: Barangay San Piro:
LAKAS NG MGA MALILIIT NA MANGINGISDA SA BAYBAYING DAGAT (LAMBAT) INC.

Members:
Cahayon, Estanislao Cahayon, Elena Cahayon, Erlinda
Camano, Jaime Castro, Sonia De Carillo, Emma
Carullo, Palerma Carcabuso, Carmen Catapang, Teody
Catapang, Domingo, Jr. Cocoy, Wilfredo Condicion, Basilio
Condicion, Ester Concepcion, Pedro Concepcion, Reynaldo
Concepcion, Maxima Cruz, Gardo De la Cunanan, Fernando
Cunanan, Merly Cunanan, Ruel Cupit, Edelberto
Dabatos, Eugenia Destreza, Natalio Destreza, Apolinar
Duman. Joaquin Duman, Reynaldo Duman, Jun
Espinar, Nellen Esteron, Juanito Gaa, Alfredo
Gaa, Alejandro Gaa, Arnold Gaa, Concesa
Gaa, Fabio Gaa, Henry Gaa, Jessie
Gaa, Nedy Gaa, Pablo Gaa, Enriquito
Gaa, Romulo Gaa, Violy Ilagan, Benedick
Jesus, Nomer De Jesus, Rizalina De Landicho, Anastasia
Landicho, Andoy Landicho, Raffy Landicho, Diloy
Landicho, Leona Landicho, Lito Landicho, Roberto
Landicho, Rosy Landicho, Ofelia Landicho, Serafia
Lopez, Eddie Lopez, Usting Macario, Orlando
Mallo, Ricardo Maningat, Rexie Maningat, Felix
Maningat, Onofre Mendoza, Mario Mendoza, Jun
Mendoza, Mary Jane Morillo, Gerry Mundo, Ricky Del
Noveno, Rogelia Noveno, Concepcion Olazo, Rodentor
Olazo, Juana Pakibot, Bonifacio Pillazar, Brigida
Pillazar, Michael Pillazar, Ollie Pillazar, Jimmy
Pilonggo, Anabelle Quijano, Rosalinda Reyes, Romulo De los
Reyes, Anita De los Reyes, Candido De los Reyes, Carlito De los
Reyes, Janeth De los Reyes, Roberto De los Reyes, Magdalena De los
Reyes, Magdalino De los Reyes, Marlon De los Reyes, Monaliza De los
Reyes, Nimfa De los Reyes, Nelsie De los Reyes, Rodel De los
Reyes, John-John De los Reyes, Bernardino De los Reyes, Olfiano De los
Reyes, Marlon de los Roxas, Enrique Relevo, Felix
Soriano, Abelardo Sena, Abing Sena, Carlos
Sena, Edwin Sena, Enrico Sena, Eric
Sena, Genelyn Sena, Gregorio Sena, Luis
Sena, Marcela Sena, Rene Sena, Ruby
Timinia, Adolfo Tria, Maria Remedios Tria, Maribel
Villaranda, Araceli Vergara, Aquilino Vergara, Caridad
Zoven, Concepcion
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area II: Barangay San Piro:

WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS OF SAN PIRO [WAIS], Inc.


SEC Registration No. CN200702152
COMPANY TIN 006-587-614

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 36

Officers:

Edna Omadto Ilao………………………………….……………………………………………...……………….Chairperson


Ceresia Espinoza Mendoza…………………………………………………………………………………...Vice-chairperson
Josephine Casilao Banaguas…………………………………………………………………………….….………….Secretary
Flordeliza Alcanieces Ilao………………………………………………………………………………...…………..Treasurer
Yolanda S. Cabalfin……………………………………………………………………………………….…………….Auditor
Emiliana Maron Frilles……………………………………………………………………...…………………………..…PRO
Marilyn Dimalaluan Alipustain…………………………………………………………………………...…………….…PRO

Members:

Abellera, Gigi, Bagunas


Alamag, Milagros, Mendoza
Bacsal, Angelica
Bacsal, Helen, Sena
Bagunas, Sebella
Bautista, Roselyn
Cahayon, Elena, D.
Cahayon, Librada, Ortega
Cajudo, Jennelou, G.
Cunanan, Luzviminda
Frilles, Juvy
Gonzaga, Eloisa
Inciong, Milagros
Lagos, Desiree
Maron, Myrna
Mendoza, Baby
Quijano, Cenda
Quijano, Rosalinda, Cahayon
Reyes, Ana de los
Reyes, Corazon, Almares de los
Reyes, Eleonora de los
Reyes, Janneth de los
Reyes, Margarita, Bosito de los
Reyes, Marita de los
Reyes, Nimfa, Racines de los
Reyes, Sarah Rose de los
Sena, Jennelyn
Sena, Marites
Uno, Rowena, Arcayos
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area II: Barangay San Piro:
SAN PIRO YOUTH [SPY], Inc.

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 63

Officers:

Dennis De los Reyes………………………………………………………Chairperson


Edmil Morillo…………..……………………………………………Vice-Chairperson
Aileen Pillazar………………………………………………………………..Secretary
Pamela De Jesus..…………………………………………………………….Treasurer
Leonell Pillazar………………………………………………………………...Auditor
Rexell Duman…………………………………………………………………….PRO
Joed Relevo….…………………………………………………………………..PRO

Sanggunian:
1. Dona Sena
2. Merson Cunanan-Arellano
3. Ernalyn Cunanan
4. Desiree Ilao
5. Lemuel De los Reyes
6. Kenny Yamson
7. Geraldine Camano

Members:

Agting, Camille Atienza, Manuel Arcayos, Maribel


Arcayos, Peejay Arellano, Matet Asma, Hazel Ann
Asma, Librado Jr Bagunas, Cecil Bagunas, Erold
Bagunas, Joana Joy Bagunas, Johnny Bagunas, Joseine
Bagunas, Marie Odel Bagunas, Ramsel Bagunas, Rochell
Bagunas, Quincel Camano, Jennifer Camano, Reden
Camano, Rica Cunanan, Bryan Cunanan, Elna
Cunanan, Gladys Cunanan, Jaypee Cunanan, Jay-r
Cunanan, Lemuel Cunanan, Lito Cunanan, Michael
Delousa, Rexcell Duman, Queenie Duman, Rayson
Duman, Robert Esteron, Analie Esteron, Inche
Gaa, Carlos Gaa, Victoria Magnaye, Ginber
Maningat, Dave Marilla, Jaime Morales, Dennis
Pantoja, Jerwin Pillazar, Dave Roxas, Raymond
Sena, Lorilie Sena, Norilie Soriano, Jun-jun
Uno, Jerwin Villanueva, Eiran Villanueva, Teirra
Villadolid, Legie
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members

Area III- Barangay Navotas:


SAMA-SAMA SA GANAP NA PAG-UNLAD [SAGAP], Inc.
SEC REG. NO. CN200701171
COMPANY TIN 006-609-796
Date registered: January 31st, 2007

Founded: August 27, 2002 Total Membership: 29

OFFICERS:

President --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Fely Garcia


Vice-Pres. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Soledad Cupit
Secretary ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Loida Tria
Auditor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rosario Gilbuena
Treasurer ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Editha Ramos
PRO ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patricia Aranez
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Isabel Butiong

MEMBERS:

Alindugan, Lerma
Alcantara, Corazon
Apsua, Jocelyn
Balkin, Amparo
Barrera, Soledad
Butiong, Marilyn
Cajudo, Benigna
Cajudo, Nora
Cupit, Helen
Cupit, Gracia
Calara, Magnolia
Carcabuso, Emerenciana
Castromero, Paula
Escavillas, Lilibeth
Guzman, Rowena de
Jesus, Ester de
Magallanes, Editha
Maningat, Leonor
Mendoza, Emerciana
Trajico, Grace
Trayno, Bethy
Valdez, Felecisima
ANNEXES
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Area III- Barangay Navotas:
NAVOTAS FISHERFOLKS ASSOCIATION [NFO], Inc.
SEC. REG. NO. CN200701166
COMPANY TIN 006-609-745
Registered on January 31st, 2007

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 43

OFFICERS:
Modesto G. Eronico -----------------------------------------------------------------------------President
Ronel Magallanes -------------------------------------------------------------------------Vice-President
Nelson Trajico ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Secretary
Roberto Villanueva ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Treasurer
Cezar Garcia Tolentino----------------------------------------------------------------------- Auditor
Magno Alindugan Bagting -------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRO
Piolo Garcia Bagting---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRO

MEMBERS:
Bahia, Polly
Bagting, Antonio
Bagting, Emerson
Bagting, Joey
Bagting, Nelson
Bagting, Jun
Barrera, Richard
Binucalan, Bernie
Cahayon, Franco
Cajudo, Joseph
Carcabuso, Alvin
Chavez, Isagani
Chavez, Quirino
Chavez, Ronald
Concepcion, Timoteo
Cupit, Alvin
Eusebio, Rossel
Guevarra, Alejo
Guevarra, Michael
Guevarra, Terio
Hilario, Orlando
Magallanez, Erwin
Magallanez, Roldaine
Magnaye, Rodel
Mata, Mario
Mata, Manio
Mendoza, Mario
Mendoza, Menandro
Ramo, Norbie
Reyes, Raffy de los
Salazar, Leodegario
Salazar, Gary
Soriano, Ronnie
Trajico, Kenneth
Tolentino, Javier
ANNEXES
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Area IV: Barangay 4:
SAMAHAN NG MGA MANGINGISDA SA SITIO INA NG AWA NG BARANGAY CUATRO [SMSA], Inc.

Founded: June 26, 2002 Total Membership: 32

Officers:

Dennis Mendoza……………………………………………………………….Chairperson
Danilo Quijano…………………………………………………………...Vice-chairperson
Julito Domingo………………………………………………………………..Secretary
Lorena Puras……………………………………………………………………. Treasurer
Victor Serrano…………………………………………………………………….Auditor
Restituto Pantoja…………………………………………………………………..PRO
Ronnie Serrano…………………………………………………………………….PRO

Members:

Ardina, Eugenio
Arevalo, Wilfredo
Arzobal, Zaldy
Aytona, Froilan S.
Aytona, Reymar
Bandiola, Jimmy
Delena, Ramil
Delena, Romeo
Domingo, Ariel
Domingo, Ernesto
Domingo, Marcelino
Gregorio, Carlito
Gregorio, Elmer
Mendoza, Pedro
Mendoza, Alfredo
Pantoja, Lolita
Pura, Roselito
Ribot, Jun
Rodriguez, Guillermo
Rodriguez, Orlando
Rodriguez, Cesar
Serrano, Betoy
Serrano, Ramon
Serrano, Ronnie
Serrano, Dominador
ANNEXES
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Area IV: Barangay 4:
SAMAHAN NG MGA INANG KAAGAPAY SA PAG-UNLAD [SIKAP], Inc.
SEC Registration No. CN200701165
COMPANY TIN 006-609-738
Date registered: January 31st , 2007

Founded: 2006 Total membership: 25

Officers:

Elizabeth A. Vicencio --------------------------------------------------------------------------- President


Rosemarie C. Ribot ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Vice-Pres.
Nida M. Gonzales --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Secretary
Carina P. Martinez -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Treasurer
Peachy J. Ribo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Auditor
Epitacia J. Ribo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRO
Myla V. Rafol--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PRO

Members:

Atienza, Mariquel
Barrientos, Flora
Baluyot, Riza
Baluyot, Rizza J.
Caballero, Asuncion
Dano, Gina
Dano, Jona S.
Gregorio, Delma Ma.
Guzman, Angelina de
Herrera, Erma H.
Lumasag, Nelia
Jovelyn Magsino
Moran, Analiza
Orca, Alma M.
Relox, Lorna
Ribot, Marife
Rivas, Gina
Rodriguez, Esperanza
ANNEXES
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Area V: Barangay 10:
PINAGKAISANG DAMDAMIN NG MGA KABABAIHAN SA NIOGAN [PDKN], Inc.
SEC Registration No. CN200701169
COMPANY TIN 006-609-779
Date registered: January 31st, 2007

Founded: July 14, 1997 Total membership: 70

Officers:
Leticia Ayroso Gonzales……………………………………………………..Chairperson
Relinda Villalobos……………………………………………………….Vice-chairperson
Hipolita Ayala………………………………………………………………..Secretary
Minerva Matute……………………………………………………………….Treasurer
Mercedes Badillo………………………………………………………………Auditor
Felicidad Piliin………………………………………………………………….PRO
Marina Velasco…………………………………………………………………PRO

Members:
Aguilar, Ofelia Alajar, Ruperta
Anzaldo, Donata Asilo, Ayresa
Armoreda, Teresa Atienza, Alfreda
Atienza, Erlinda Ayala, Magdalena
Ayroso, Simeona Badilla, Mercedes
Balboa, Ester Balboa, Gloria
Balboa, Lolita Balkin, Elsie
Balkin, Nerway Basit, Marina
Bayungan, Marife Bronce, Maritess
Casal, Juliet Catalan, Liwayway
Catchillar, Purificacion, Jesus de Carillo, Mariquita
Chaves, Evelyn Dawit, Magdalena
Diestro, Realisa Dimaano, Elizabeth
Dimailig, Casimira Dimayuga, Sabrina
Garciano. Eleonor Gravoso, Raquel
Javier, Neneth Landicho, Thelma
Mandac, Jefferry Manansala, Emilia
Manlanguit, Estelita Marasigan, Eleonor
Marasigan, Maria Flora Marasigan, Maritess
Marasigan, Nora Maravilla, Erlinda
Nepomoceno, Reyna Noveno, Maricel
Ocampo, Virginia de Panalaligan, Juana
Panganiban, Nancy Pantoja, Angelita
Perez, Elsa Piliin, Gleceria
Ramos, Esmeralda Ramos, Lorna
Ramos, Merly Reyno, Evangeline
Rocero, Josephine Santos, Jennifer
Sarmiento, Cherry Tolentino, Justina
Tolentino, Tina Toraliza, Lolita
Ursua, Teresa Vidal, Blessilda
Villalobos, Dolor, R. Villalobos, Grecita
Villanueva, Wilma
ANNEXES
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Area V: Barangay 10:
BARANGAY DIEZ SMALL FISHERFOLKS ASSOCIATION [BDSFA], Inc.
SEC. Reg. No. ANO94-002565
Date Registered: July 7th 1994

Founded: March 27, 1994 Total Membership: 92

Officers:
Bani Basit……………………………………………………………………….…….Chairperson
Leoncio Lopez……………………………………………………………………Vice-chairperson
Raul Catchillar…………………………………………………………..………………..Secretary
Armando Bronce…………………………………………………………………………Treasurer
Roger Piliin……………………………………………………………………………..….Auditor
Eutiquio Sevilla………………………………………………………………………………..PRO
Romulo Cabingan………………………………………………………………………...…...PRO
Pitong Toraliza………………………………………………………………………………...PRO
Generoso O. Ramos……………………………………………………………………….Adviser
Andres Piliin ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Adviser
Rafael Bernal ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adviser

Members:
Armoreda, Albert Balboa, Armando Balboa, Arturo
Balboa, Carlito Balboa, Daning Balboa, Gener
Balboa, Pedro Balboa, Raffy Balboa, Roberto, C.
Balboa, Roberto, T. Balboa, Rogelio Balboa, Romeo
Balboa, Simon Bronce, Mario Catchillar, Wilffredo
Catchillar, Aquilino Carandang, Ernesto Castro, Leonardo de
Dellamas, Noel Diestro, Gerry Disierto, Carlos
Disierto, Hector Camilo Ramos Gatdula, Ricardo
Esteron, Efren Javier, Efren Jose, Olan de
Landicho, Artemio Lopez, Amiel Mandac, Leoncio
Manuel, Dominador Manuel, Francisco Marasigan, Teodoro
Ocampo, Mario de Padua, Jaime de Panaligan, Alberto
Panaligan, Bernabe Panaligan, Dondon Panaligan, Gavino
Panaligan, Sandy Panaligan, Raul Panaligan, Roberto
Panaligan, Ruel Pasno, Armando Pasno, Virgilio
Piliin, Alfonso Piliin, Roger Piliin, Ildefonso
Quiambao, Efren Quiambao, Rodolfo Ramos, Alfredo
Ramos, Arsenio Ramos, Carmelo Ramos, Carlito
Ramos, Dionisio Ramos, Henry Ramos, Johnny
Ramos, Mando Ramos, Manolo Ramos, Mariano
Ramos, Milo Ramos, Pedrito Ramos, Romeo
Ramos, Willie Reyno, Reynaldo Ricalde, Daniel
Saballo, Juancho Sanches, Ronnie Ursua, Antonio
Ursua, Rodel Villanueva, Ronald Villalobos, Ben
Villalobos, Ed Villalobos, Eddie Villalobos, Eduardo
Villalobos, Ernesto Villalobos, Leopoldo Villalobos, Rodolfo
Villalobos, Rosauro Villalobos, Rudy Villalobos, Narding
ANNEXES
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Area V: Barangay 10:
SAMAHAN NG KABATAAN SA PANGANGALAGA NG KALIKASAN [SKPK], INC.

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 39

Officers:

Cezar Alday………………………………………………………………….Chairperson
Andrew Casal……………………………………………………………Vice-chairperson
Margie Asero…………………………………………………………………Secretary
Lovely Joy Matute…………………………………………………………...Treasurer
Hill Humphrey………………………………………………………………..Auditor
Kenneth Matute……………………………………………………………….PRO
Mark Anthony Panganiban……………………………………………………PRO

Members:

Acero, Margie
Carillo, Ara Margarita C.
Carillo, Isagani
Carillo, Mary Rose C.
Dawit, Edmond
Dawit, Sarah
Dawit, Sylvia
Dimayuga, Kennedy
Gime, Marjorie
Gime, Jiovani
Ilao, Renz
Jamandra, Enrickie
Javier, Aries
Lacsamana, Rochelle
Maravilla, Jomarie
Maravilla, Jonnel
Matute, Ernesto
Matute, Julius
Panganiban, Lorena
Renier Rocero
Reyes, Jomar de los
Reyes, Jomer de los
Ricalde, John Dee
Sales, Janine
Sales, Jeando
Sales, Jonathan
Sales, Jolian
Oval, Giovanni
Vidal, Jodel Humphrey
Vidal, Marvin
Vidal, Myra Richie
Vidal, Rochelle
ANNEXES
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Area V: Barangay 10:
FREEING RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT FROM EXPLOITATIVE AND DEGRADING OFFENSES
OF MANKIND, (FREEDOM) INC.
SEC REG NO. CN200701168
TIN OO6-609-761
Date registered January 31st , 2007

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 25

Officers:

Arvin V. Balboa………………………………..…………………………………….Chairperson
Raymond Martinez…………………….………………………………………..Vice-chairperson
Jhay Piliin………………………………………………………………………………..Secretary
Arlan P. Ursua……………………………………………………………………………Treasurer
Roniel B. Villalobos………………………………………………………………………..Auditor
Allan Capili……………………………………………………………………………………PRO
Touchie Villalobos………………….…………………………………………………………PRO
Rolando Panganiban………………………………………………………………………Adviser
Jhay Balboa………………………………………………………………………………..Adviser
Members:

Alagaw, Rechie
Badillo, Raffydave
Balboa, Dahlia
Balboa, Rosette
Bronce, Andrew V.
Cuarto, Angelo B.
Cuatro, Mark Aga
Javier, Ogie
Ladia, Lorena
Piliin, Joan
Piliin, Reshel
Rosario, Sarh K. del
Sacro, Haydee
Ursua, Jhay B.
Ursua, Jhonjeon
Ursua, Richelle
ANNEXES
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Area VI: Barangay 9:
SEASIDE ENVISION ADVANCEMENT: HOPE FOR RESOURCE SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENT,
(SEAHORSE) INC.
SEC Registration No. CN200701167
COMPANY TIN 006-609-753

Founded: September 1, 2006 Total Membership: 23

Officers:

Larry P. Gimeno…………………………………………………………………Chairperson
Sancho R. Disierto………………………………………………………….Vice-chairperson
Abegail D. Villalobos…………………………………………………………….Secretary
Pablo D. Villalobos………………………………………………………………...Treasurer
Gregorio Catibog……………………………………………………………………Auditor
Reynaldo Barboco…………….………………………………………………………..PRO
Fe Villalobos…………..………………………………………………………………..PRO
Jomarie B. Mahilum……………………………………………………………………..PRO
Members:

AGUILAR, Donnavie A.
BALBOA, Roberick D.
CARAIG, Danilo M.
CORTEZ, Fernando B.
DELLAMAS, Inler B.
DELEOLA, Tomas J.
OJERIO, Efren A.
SUAREZ, Gennelyn R.
VILLALOBOS, Allan B.
VILLALOBOS, Fitz R.
VILLALOBOS, Fitzwarren R.
VILLALOBOS, Giron B.
VILLALOBOS, Pedro D.
VILLALOBOS, Ricardo R.
VILLALOBOS, Rosalinda D.
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area VII: Barangay 8:
SAMAHAN NG MGA MANGINGISDA LABAN SA KAHIRAPAN NG BARANGAY OTSO [SAMALAKAB], Inc.
SEC Registration No. A199817488

Founded: September 15, 1998 Total Membership: 27

Officers:

Benigno Ababat……………………………………………………………….Chairperson
Ramiro S. Mortel…………………………………………………………Vice-chairperson
Aliadel Reyno………………………………………………………………….Secretary
Celso Panaligan………………………………………………………………...Treasurer
Dejarme Abiad………………………………………………………………….Auditor
Rommel Balkin…………………………………………………………………..PRO
Haide Dalida……………………………………………………………………...PRO
Members:

Ababat, Eleonor D.
Atienza, Adelfo
Atienza, Roding
Atienza, Tety
Balquin, Doming
Balquin, Liza
Dalida, Dondon
Dalida, Percival
Lacsano, Ariel
Ochoa, Allan
Ochoa, Letty
Panaligan, Celso
Panaligan, Lucy
Quibot, Antonio Jr.
Quibot, Tony
Reyno, Arnulfo
Reyno, Leonora
Sistona, Dondon
Sistona, During
Sistona, Emma
.
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area VIII: Barangay San Juan:
SAMAHAN NG MANGINGISDA SA BARANGAY SAN JUAN [SMB-SJ], Inc.
COMPANY REG. NO. CN200701164
COMPANY TIN 006-609-720
Date registered; January 31st, 2007

Founded: October 12, 2001 Total Membership: 27

Officers:

Reynaldo Balboa…………………………………………………………….Chairperson
Adaneo P. Lee…………………………………………………………..Vice-chairperson
Florencio Carenan……………………………………………………………Secretary
Darwin Rivera…………………………………………………………………Treasurer
Ronald Gonzales………………. ……………………………………………..Auditor
Joel Carenan……………………………………………………………………..PRO
Baloloy Templo………………………………………………………………….PRO

Members:

Baon, Rocky
Bendicio, Armando
Balboa, Gloria
Balboa, Marissa
Balboa, Michael
Balboa, Myla
Balboa, Raymond
Balboa, Ricky
Carenan, Maria
Carenan, Evelyn
Gonzales, Marlon
Gonzales, Ronwaldo
Jesus, Rizza De
Lee, Adaneo, P.
Rivera, Edessa
Rivera, Flora
Rivera, Rodel
Rivera, Siony
Sistona, Roy
Sistona, Reding
ANNEXES
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Area VIII: Barangay San Juan:
BAGONG UNYON NG KAUNLARAN PARA SA LIKAS-YAMAN, ORGANISASYON AT DAGAT, [BUKLOD] INC.
COMPANY REG NO. CN200701162
COMPANY TIN 006-609-704
Date registered: January 31st , 2007

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 22

Officers:

Edgar Sismundo………………………………………………………………………Chairperson
Andy Sanglay……………………………………………………………………Vice-chairperson
Anthony F. Mirabueno…………………………………………………………………Secretary
Andy Sanglay…………………………………………………………………………….Treasurer
Roberto Ambeto…………………………………………………………….……………..Auditor
Eloyse Bacares………………………………………………………………………………..PRO
Melvin Atienza……………………………………………………………………………….PRO

Members:

Adrehan, Arnel
Antonio, Rolly M.
Atienza, Enrique P.
Atienza, Felicisimo
Bendicio, Michael
Calsado, Antonio
Calsado, Quintin
Carenan, Dante
Cudiamat, Ronald
Hirodo, Efrey L.
Padrones, Jun
Paquera, Joney
Rico, Roque
Soriano, Jimuel A.
Vega, Gener dela
ANNEXES
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Area IX- Barangay Gimalas:
FISHERFOLK ASSOCIATION OF GIMALAS [FLAG], Inc.
SEC Registration No. CN200701163
COMPANY TIN 006-609-712
Date registered: January 31st , 2007

Founded: July 18, 2002 Total Membership: 35

Officers:

Virgilio Poblete……………………………………………………………..Chairperson
Gleciria Apego……………………………………………………….…Vice-chairperson
Aida Cornejo…………………………………………………………………Secretary
Arman De Los Reyes…………………………………………………………Treasurer
Rodrigo Apego.……………………………………………………………….Auditor
Roderick Apego………………………………………………………………….PRO
Luz Cosme………………………………………..………………………………PRO

Members:
Apego, Joseph Apego, Rene Boy C
Apego, Maximo Arguelles, Christopher John
Bayani, Wilson D. Bayongan, Aireen
Bayongan , Dennis Calingasn, Laura
Cornejo, Eufemio Cornejo, Mary Claire
Cosme, Graciano Cruz, Samuel De la
Gregorio, Joel M. Grimplona, Jose
Hapin, Danilo Martirez, Chamuerlyn
Poblete, Emily Poblete, Melitona, C.
Poblete, Mely, C. Poblete, Natalio
Poblete, Virginia G. Porcadilla, Rommel Jr., P.
Pulido, Anastacia Pulido, Anastacio
Pulido, Charito G. Pulido, Maura
Pulido, Simeon Reyes, Anastacia De los H.
ANNEXES
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Area X- Barangay Carenahan:
SAMAHAN NG NAGKAKAISANG MANGINGISDA SA CARENAHAN [SNMC], Inc.
SEC. Reg. No. ANO94-002567
Date Registered: July 7th 1994

Founded: October 24, 1995 Total Membership: 35

Officers:

Pablo Caraig………………………………………………………………..Chairperson
Gerry Francisco……………………………………………………….Vice-chairperson
Amando Calingasan………………………………………………………..Secretary
Rodrigo Francisco ………………………………………………………….Treasurer
Domingo Hulgado……………………………………………………………Auditor
Luis Marquita…………………………………………………………………PRO
Jaime Calingasan……………………………………………………………...PRO

Members:

Alas, Aldo De las Calingasan, Alfonso


Calingasan, Basilio, Jr. Calingasan, Jun-jun
Calingasan, Rodolfo Caraig. Chito
Dellamas, Armando Dellamas, Ernesto
Dellamas, Fabian Dellamas, Fernando
Dellamas, Glecirio Dellamas, Ramon
Francisco, Leonardo Hernandez, Catalino
Hernandez, Gregorio Ilagan, Rodolfo
Ilagan, Bienvenido Labo-labo, Aboy
Lauresta, Edwin Louie Salanguit
Macalindong, Mario Mendoza, Ferdinand
Mendoza, Randy Monje, Roberto
Monje, Jovito Ombrog, Juan
Pasno, Victor Sale, Soriano
ANNEXES
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Area X- Barangay Carenahan:
SAMAHAN NG NAGKAKAISANG KABABAIHAN SA CARENAHAN [SNKC], Inc.
SEC Registration No. CN200701170
COMPANY TIN 006-609-787
Date registered: January 31st , 2007

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 19

Officers:

Teresita Calingasan…………………………………………………………………Chairperson
Benita C. Monje……………..………………………………………………..Vice Chairperson
Concepcion S. Ramos…………………………………………………………………Secretary
Margarita A. Francisco…………………………………….…………………………..Treasurer
Florencia B. Caraig..………………………………………………….…………………Auditor
Librada A. Francisco..……………………………………………………………..………PRO
Maricris G. Francisco…………………………………………………………………..…..PRO

Members:

Atajar, Eva Marie P.


Bascos, Liwayway
Calingasan, Bella B.
Calingasan, Nancy L.
Calingasan, Yolanda A.
Francisco, Consorcia M.
Francisco, Edith
Francisco, Marivic G.
Marquita, Erlinda C.
Marquita, Teofila F.
Pasno, Fely
Pasno, Pilar C.
ANNEXES
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Area XI- Barangay Baclaran:
NAGKAKAISANG MAMAMAYAN SA BACLARAN [NMSB], Inc.

Founded: October 16, 2004 Total Membership: 35

Officers:

Antonio Castromero…………………………………………………………Chairperson
Amelito Nutor……………………………………………………….Vice-chairperson
Crisanto Banaag…………………………………………………………….Secretary
Dionisio Bathan……………………………………………………………..Treasurer
Ravingar De Guzman………………………………………………………..Auditor
Vicente Bituin………………………………………………………………...PRO
Maximo Quiliboso……………………………………………………………PRO

Members:

Agapito, Raul
Bituin, Vicente E.
Castillo, Fernando
Castillo, Mandy
Castillo, Ofelia M.
Castillo, Remigio M.
Castillo, Rolando
Castro, Amelita de
Castro, Ricardo
Gatdula, Natalio
Gonzales, Romeo B.
Hilis, Domingo A.
Lastimosa, Edwin D.
Lopez, Pedro S.
Murillo, Alberto R.
Morillo, Apolonia
Magahis, Rodel M.
Magahis, Vicente
Quiliboso, Guillermo
Reyes, Adonis de los
Reyes, Leroy de los
Rodriguez, Benito S.
Rodriguez, Carlito
Rodriguerz, Crispulo S.
Rolando Salinga, Rolando
Sacro, Lydia
Suruelos, Clarita
Ulayao, Bender B.
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
Area XI- Barangay Baclaran:
SAMAHAN NG NAGKAKAISANG KABABAIHAN SA BACLARAN [SNKB], Inc.
SEC Registration No. CN200702151
COMPANY TIN 006-582-450
Date registered: February 13th, 2007

Founded: 2006 Total Membership: 25

Officers:

Edna B. Cantos ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ President


Revelyn G. Honrado ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Vice-Pres.
Lilibeth L. Batalla --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Secretary
Estelita C. Castillo --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Treasurer
Flordeliza Cantos ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Auditor
Librada Castillo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRO
Estelita C. Castillo……………………………………………………………………….PRO

Members:

Batalla, Lagrimas
Cantos, Flordeliza P.
Castilla, Edith S.
Castillo, Editha
Castillo, Ofelia M.
Gatdula, Marilou C.
Morillo, Amparo Castillo
Morillo, Apolonia D.
Noche, Apolonia
Pesigan, Ayreen M.
Pujante, Marcela D.
Quiliboso, Beatriz
Quizzagan, Teresita M.
Sacro, Lydia M.
Serrano, Lorna, Castillo
Suruelos, Clarita, C.
Torlao, Norma
Vega, Filomena A. de la
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members

Area XII- Upland Community


SAMAHAN NG MGA MAGBUBUKID SA SITIO LUYA NG PALIKPIKAN [SMSL], Inc.

Founded: January 25, 2007 Total Membership: 40

Officers:

Hermogenes Atienza ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- President


Louie Alcedo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vice-Pres.
Marites Atienza ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Secretary
Romeo Alcedo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Treasurer
Elpidio Palma -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Auditor
Manuel Calingasan -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRO
Jimmy Ramos ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PRO

Members:

Apolonia, Alberto Apolonia, Lamberto


Alcedo, Celso Alcedo, Eddie
Alcedo, Romulo Alvarez, Ryan
Alvarez, Roylan Alvarez, Ricardo
Atienza, Joey Asbuial, Danilo M.
Bayaborda, Mervin C. Cabalag, Peter
Cabalag, Vecing Calingasan, Esper
Calingasan, Leopoldo Calingasan, Rosario
Calingasan, Simeon Calingasan, Victor B.
Calubag, Maria Calubag, Nick
Ilao, Islao Llave, Lando
Luzi, Pacito Magnaye, Anto
Magnaye, Johnny Magnaye, Talio
Ocampo, Boyet Palma, Eustaquio
Ramos, Buenaventura Ramos, Luis
Varias, Martin Varias, Siony
Villaranda, Leody
ANNEXES
List of Member-organization’s Officers and Members
FISHERY LAW ENFORCEMENT and ASSISTANCE TEAM-Balayan, Batangas, [FLEAT/BANTAY-
DAGAT] Inc.
SEC Reg. No. CN200701172
Date registered: January 31st 2007

Founded: 2000 Total membership: 18

Officers:

Bani Ricalde Basit…………………………………………………..Chairman


Restituto Castillo…………………………………………………….Vice-chairman
Demetrio G. Lopez…………………………………………………..Secretary
Benigno Ababat……………………………………………………...Treasurer
Pablo Caraig………………………………………………………….Logistics

Members:

Raul Catchillar
Maximo De los Reyes
Eduardo Enumerable
Virgilio Poblete
Modesto Eronico
Magno Bagting
Pedro Lopez
Ariel Lopez
Celso V. Panaligan
Erineo De Silva
Rodrigo Francisco
Edgardo Sismundo
Adaneo P. Lee
ANNEXES
Timeline: Initiatives in Resource Management
PRE-START
Conduct of fishery study by a group composed of academe, professionals, and NGOs at Western Batangas which in-
clude data gathering and consultations.
CB-CRM Program establishement processes

1995
CBCRM Program implementation by Center for Empowerment and Resource Management (CERD), Inc. at Western
Batangas covering the municipalities of Tui, Nasugbu, Calatagan, Balayan, Calaca and Mabini. Fisherfolk organizing
comprises the 1st phase.
> formation of 3 organizations in 3 coastal community of Balayan, Batangas (Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Mangingisda
sa Carenahan [SNMC] in Barangay Carenahan, Barangay Diez Small Fisherfolks Association [BDSFA] in Barangay 10,
and Samahan ng mga Babaing Mag-iisda sa Palikpikan [SBMP] in Barangay Palikpikan).
> formation of these organizations into a municipal federation (Alyansa ng Nagkakaisang Mamamayang Kostal ng
Balayan [ANAK-BALAYAN], Inc.
> all formed organizations aiming for the restoration of municipal waters productivity, resolutions of issues/concerns
of fisherfolk and coastal communities, and improvements of livelihood.
1996
Continued fisherfolks consolidation and strengthening of formed organizations in 3 barangays and the federation in
general.
The program conducted municipal marine study for the purpose of establishing data and information to be use in de-
signing the municipal water use plan through the help of VSO personnel Mr. Stuart Horneman.

1997
1st fishery/environment conservation/protection and improvement initiatives
> opposition to quarry operation in Barangay Palikpikan by SBMP and newly formed SMMP (Samahan ng mga Maliliit
na Mangingisda sa Palikpikan).
> opposition to Hulbot-Hulbot operations in the municipal waters by SNMC in Barangay Carenahan.
> opposition to titling and ownership of part of salvage zone by BDSFA in Barangay 10 by private individuals.
> mobilizations to congress and senate for the enactment and passage of National Fishery Code known today as RA
8550.
1st fishery management initiatives
> policy advocacy work (hand and hand with CERD) resulting to passage of municipal ordinance banning commercial
and destructive fishing within 15 km from shoreline in the municipal water (Mun. Ordinance No. 535 (97-05) through
Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 97-68.
> trial study/implementation of fish stock assessment (FSA) for the purpose of establishing facts and data of munici-
pal fishery resources that will serve as reference for policy, projects and program planning/making.
> installation of artificial reefs made of tires as introduced by BFAR in municipal waters fronting barangays of San
Piro, Navotas, 10, and Carenahan.
> formation of additional fisherfolk organizations (SMMP in Barangay Palikpikan and Pinagkaisang Damdamin ng mga
Kababaihan sa Niogan [PDKN] in Barangay 10).
> request for monitoring boats submitted to NPC-BCFTPP.
> 1st study of corals in Barangay Carenahan (Stuart Horneman, CERD)

1998
Formation of fisherfolk organization (Samahan ng Maliliit na Mangingisda Laban sa Kahirapan ng mga
Barangay ng 8, 9, at San Juan [SAMALAKAB]).
Concrete artificial reef installation in Barangay Palikpikan [rehabilitation project initiated by SMMP (20 modules) and
financed by the barangay LGU).
Capability building through exposure trip to Bolinao Cement Plant
Continued mobilizations to congress and senate for the passage of RA 8550.
Continued FSA activities (data provided by fishers who are members of the organizations, collection and distribution of
forms by the federation, and analysed by CERD personnels)
1999
Capability building component was added to CBCRM Program the beneficiaries of which are mostly key leaders of the
federation and its member-organizations. This refers to different trainings and exposure trips in relation to fishery
management.
Biodiversity information campaign and awareness building begins with production of IEC materials in the municipality.
Habitat restoration was drawn through collaboration with PACAP/AUSAID and the municipality of Balayan through the
help of CERD and ANAK-BALAYAN.
ANNEXES
Timeline: Initiatives in Resource Management
2000
2nd fishery/environment conservation/protection and improvement initiatives.
> policy advocacy for fishery development resulting to the adoption through Municipal Resolution No. 2000-66 of the
Strategic Agricultural and Fisheries Development Zone (SAFDZ) Map of Balayan Batangas pursuant to RA 8435 using
the proposed Comprehensive Municipal Water and Fishery Use Plan drawn by CERD and ANAK-BALAYAN.
> concrete artificial reefs installation (10 modules each in Barangay Palikpikan and Barangay Carenahan) and 8 mod-
ules of payao (fish aggregating device) installed in Barangay 8 [this is a counter parting project: material cost from
PACAP/AUSAID, labor cost from the municipality, management and maintenance from the beneficiary organizations,
and monitoring/ evaluation from CERD)
> facilitate formation of BFARMCs/MFARMC and Bantay-Dagat
> Quarry application to operate in Barangay Palikpikan denied by the municipality after vigorous and vigilant protest
of SBMP and SMMP with support from ANAK-BALAYAN and other barangay residents. All attempts to operate halted.
> Continued FSA activities (data provided by fishers who are members of the organizations, collection /distribution of
forms by the federation as well as its analysis)
> Renewed request of monitoring boat to NPC-BCFTPP.
capability building enhanced through trainings on marine protection and resource management facilitated by CERD and
other NGOs concerned in fishery.
Transfer of CERD CBCRM Program to ANAK-BALAYAN making it an independent organization.
Formation of additional organizations (Palikpikan Savings and Credit Association [PASCA] in Barangay Palikpikan) and
acceptance of Lakas ng mga Mangingisda sa Baybaying-Dagat [LAMBAT] as member.
Membership in NPC-BCFTPP Pollution Monitoring Team (ANAK-BALAYAN)

2001
Installation of 5 modules of concrete artificial reef in Barangay San Piro (project of LAMBAT and funded by PACAP/
AUSAID, the barangay LGU and supervised by ANAK-BALAYAN)
SAMALAKAB organizational reformation resulting to formation of Samahan ng mga Mangingisda sa Barangay San Juan
[SMB-SJ]
CBCRM Program implemented by ANAK-BALAYAN, exposure trip to Zambales fishery management project
Fish stock monitoring (indirectly assisted by WWF)
1st ANAK-BALAYAN organizational review
Drawing out of Capability Building for Fishery Management of Balayan Municipal Waters Project [CBFMBMWP]
Regular conduct of Pollution monitoring of NPC-BCFTPP Monitoring Team (2x in a year)
DOE approves monitoring boat project proposal.
Taksay apprehension
2nd survey study of marine waters habitat (Selina Stoute, CERD)

2002
Implementation of CBFMBMWP (PHI 12/02) focused on capability building through trainings.
Formation of new organizations (Sama-sama sa Ganap na Pag-unlad [SAGAP] in Barangay Navotas, Samahan ng mga
Mangingisda sa Sityo Ina ng Awa ng Barangay Cuatro [SMSA], and Fisherfolk Association of Barangay Gimalas [FLAG].
Resource accessing (monitoring boat valued at PhP50,000.00 from British Embassy, Multi-purpose Building in Baran-
gay Palikpikan valued at PhP200,000.00 from AKBAYAN Partylist, venues, office equipments and other things from
private individuals and establishment.
3rd fishery/environment conservation/protection and improvement initiatives.
> drafting and lobbying for the enactment of Municipal Fishery Ordinance, Marine Protected Area (MPA), delineation of
municipal waters, waste management,and Municipal Fisheries Management Office.
> Municipal Resolution No. 2002-141 requested NAMRIA to undertake Preliminary delineation and delimitation of the
municipal waters.
> Declaration of municipal promotion of cleanliness and regulating disposal of garbage, filth and other waste matters
in the municipality by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 580 (2002-16) through Municipal Resolution No. 2002-232
> facilitation of public consultation and survey/study of the proposed fish sanctuary area
> policy advocacy activities resulting to declaration of Municipal Land Use Plan as null and void by the local legislators
for technical reasons (did not pass public consultations), support of the local legislators for the establishment of MPA
through Municipal Resolution No. 2002-93
ANNEXES
Timeline: Initiatives in Resource Management
> installing a municipal fishery technician item by the municipal executive in Municipal Agriculture Office.
> illegal fishing (Taksay) operation of Quezon fishers stopped.
> apprehended commercial fishing in the municipal fishing grounds
> establishment of cooperation with MARINA/Coast Guards and Local PNP in apprehension
> BFAR deputized 8 Bantay-Dagat
> mobilization for the implementation of fishery laws at the local level
> 3rd survey/study of corals in Barangay Carenahan (NGOs)
> 1st coastal clean-up activities
> 2 set of radio communications acquired from the project and used by Bantay-Dagat
> 1st partnership building attempt: Convenance of 11 coastal communities and other stakeholders resulting to cove-
nant signing of LGUs/LGAs
Regular conduct of Pollution monitoring of NPC-BCFTPP Monitoring Team (2x in a year)
FSA
Request to BFAR for Alternative Livelihood Development assistance resulted to the agency study of municipal waters
for livelihood resulting to seaweeds farming recommendations.
Request to the congresswoman for patrol boat needed for apprehension purposes.

2003
Declaration of part of municipal waters in Barangay Carenahan as Fish Sanctuary and Fish Reserve (37,361.106 and
28,370.372 square meters respectively) by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 594 (2003-14), Series of 2003. Prior to
the municipal enactment, the Barangay Carenahan in its Barangay Ordinance No. 001, Series of 2003 through Baran-
gay Resolution No.024, Series of 2003 declared the same.
Creation of Municipal Fisheries Management Office by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 584 (2003-04) through Sang-
guniang Bayan Resolution No. 2003-54
Enactment of Balayan Municipal Fisheries Code by virtue of Municipal Ordinance No. 592 (2003-12) amending Munici-
pal Ordinance No. 535 (97-05)
Drafted proposed revisions to comprehensive Land Use Plan submitted to Sangguniang Bayan for its Committee on
Law perusal.
Establishment of seaweeds farm in Barangay Palikpikan in October, 2003, owned and managed by SMMP, another
farm in November jointly owned and managed by SBMP and PASCA, in December at Barangay Carenahan owned and
managed by LAMBAT.
Formation of seaweeds processing project by ANAK-BALAYAN after a training conducted by DA/BFAR in Barangay San
Piro.
Rubber boat awarded to ANAK-BALAYAN during celebration of Bonifacio Day by the local executive for use of Bantay-
Dagat patrolling and apprehension.
Accessing of Multi-purpose building valued at Php600,000.00 from AKBAYAN Partylist to be build in Barangay 10.
Through the municipality efforts, WWF awarded a patrol boat with communications to Bantay-Dagat
The local executive appointed 18 Fish Wardens
Policy advocacy resulting to budget allocation of MFARMC and logistic support to BANTAY-DAGAT.
Mobilization for the implementation of DAO 17, protest actions against WTO for its inclusion of some fishery matters
into “open”, women in fishery development, good governance, and implementation of fishery laws.
Acquisition of fishery equipments of fishers (nets, bouys, squid Geiger, etc.) from BFAR
FSA
Establishment of seaweeds farm in Barangay Gimalas
4th survey study of live corals in Barangay Carenahan (BFAR)
2nd year coastal clean-up activities (International Coastal Clean-up)
Membership in Balayan Sugar Central,Inc. Pollution Monitoring Team

2004
ANAK-BALAYAN Multi-Purpose building constructed in Barangay 10
Tinapa enterprise establishment
3 monitoring boat with radio communications from NPC-BCFTPP awarded to 3 member-organizations (SMMP, SNMC,
SAMALAKAB)
Acquisition of PhP50,000.00 livelihood assistance from DENR (Seaweeds Processing equipments)
3rd year coastal clean-up activities (Daigdig ko, Mahal ko Earth Day celebration, International Coastal Clean-up)
FSA
ANNEXES
Timeline: Initiatives in Resource Management
5th survey/study of live corals in Barangay Carenahan (BFAR)
Regular patrolling by Bantay-Dagat
Membership in Municipal Development Council
Mobilization in support to protest of SAMMACA for mangrove conversions in Pagapas Bay

2005
4th year coastal clean-up activities (Daigdig ko, Mahal ko Earth Day celebration, International Coastal Clean-up)
Membership in PhilSteel Corp Pollution Monitoring Team
Youth org in Barangay Palikpikan formed (Akbayan ng mga Kabataan sa Palikpikan [AKKAP])
Mtg./Consultation with fisherfolks organized by LGU
Acquisition of PhP50,000.00 from CARET as livelihood fund
2nd ANAK-BALAYAN organizational review resulting to changes in structure
Drawing out of Multi-Partnership Building for Sustainable Fishery Management of Balayan Municipal Waters Project
(MPBSFMBMWP)
Regular patrolling by Bantay-Dagat
MFARMC re-organized
Regular NPC-BCFTPP and PhilSteel Pollution Monitoring Teams activities
Mobilization/protest to Asturias in Baha/Talibayug for proposed mining (cement)
Member organization seaweeds farm turned over to the municipality and become municipal seaweeds nursery.
Accessing of Multi-purpose Building of LAMBAT valued at PhP500,000.00 from AKBAYAN Partylist

2006
Implementation of MPBSFMBMWP (PHI 121/05) started in March 1.
1st municipal resources inventory
1st financial mechanism attempt (Raffle para sa Kalikasan), BIGAY KA! introduced in October 30
1st symposium for environmental improvement and resource conservation in the municipality
New organization for resource and environment improvement/conservation formed (Freeing Resources Environment from Exploitative
and Degrading Offense of Mankind [FREEDOM] and Samahan ng mga Kabataan Para sa Kalikasan [SKPK] of Barangay 10, Seaside Envi-
sions Advancement: Hope for Organizations, Resources , and Sustainable Environment [SEAHORSE] of Barangay 9, Bagong Unyon ng
Kaunlaran, Organisasyon at Dagat [BUKLOD] of Barangay San Juan, Samahan ng mga Inang Kaagapay sa Pag-unlad [SIKAP] of Baran-
gay 4, Navotas Fisherfolk Association [NFO] of Barangay Navotas, Women for Improvement of San Piro [WAIS] and San Piro Youth
[SPY] of Barangay San Piro, Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Kababaihan ng Carenahan [SNKC] of Barangay Carenahan, and Samahan ng
Nagkakaisang Kababaihan sa Baclaran [SNKB] of Barangay Baclaran.
Training on Local Good Governance
Balayan Resource Information Center establishment begins
Membership in CLEAN-UP the World (ANAK-BALAYAN, FREEDOM, Sangguniang Kabataan ng San Piro, AKKAP)
1 youth member (Merson Cunanan Arellano) participated in Youth Congress held in Haiku, Hainan, China in December
Drafting of Municipal Fishery Management Plan by MAO, MFARMC, and ANAK-BALAYAN
MFARMC recommended implementation of auxiliary invoice in line with the establishment of financial mechanisms for resource/coastal
environment improvement
BFAR conducted survey for possible mariculture zone project and proposes it to the municipality
LGU awarded equipments to Bantay-Dagat and cleaning equipments to SAMALAKAB
1st mass participation in the celebration of international coastal clean-up
Attempts of partnership building (discussions, meetings, etc.)
Enhancement of capability through trainors training
Awareness building through popular IEC production
Seaweeds Dip Sauce introduced to the public in Barakalan sa Balayan 2006 held at Municipal Covered Court for 6 days, product devel-
opment begins with life-span study
Quarry operation issue in Barangay Palikpikan ignited, POs opposition displayed
Inputs to municipal development plan: FSA
Barangay Ordinance implementing auxciliary invoice in Barangay San Piro by virtue of Barangay Ordinance No. 08, Series of 2006
Barangay Ordinance creating and implementing barangay waste management in Barangay Carenahan by virtue of Barangay Ordinance
No. 03, Series of 2006
ANNEXES
Timeline: Initiatives in Resource Management
2007
Farmer sectors partnership in the upland community of Sityo Luya, Barangay Palikpikan established with the formation of Samahan ng
mga Magsasaka sa Sityo Luya [SMSL]
1st time LGU programs reached the community (pig dispersal, sprayer distribution)
Quarrying in Navotas halted with NFO/SAGAP protest
Barangay ordinance prohibiting use of fine mesh net (bayakos) and implementation of fishery laws imposed in Barangay Navotas and
10 (Barangay Ordinance Nos. 003 and 002, Series of 2007 respectively)
LAMBAT added to membership in CLEAN-UP the World
ANAK-BALAYAN formed part of Clean-Up the Philippines, Green Philippines Program of DENR (MOA signed for production of 10,000 tree
seedlings)
Resource/Environment improvement initiatives enhanced by trainings on Resource-use Conflict Management, Unrecoverable Materials
Development, and Pollution Data Gathering.
2nd pollution data gathering made and analyzed by target partner PGENRO through its Batangas Environment Laboratory
Series of information dissemination campaigns started (Global Warming/Climate Change, EAS Youth Agenda, Biodiversity Conservation,
Women in Fishery Development)
1st PO organized Earth Day celebration (coastal/community/river/creek clean-ups, vegetable seed distribution, trees/fruit trees distribu-
tion and planting)
Advocacy work for the establishment of barangay nurseries and vegetable gardens, once-a-month/week stop-operations of industrial/
commercial establishments, activation of Barangay Development Councils, creation of Barangay Resource and Environment Improve-
ment Councils (BREIC)
Capability enhancement: Cross Learning visit to Sagip Lingayen Gulf Project in Pangasinan
Formal opening of Municipal Fishery Management Office (January)
Transfer of Municipal Seaweeds Farm Barangay Palikpikan to Barangay 10

MECHANISMS EMPLOYED

Organizing/consolidations/strengthening
Awareness building
Policy advocacy
Monitoring and documentation
Resource protection/improvements
Networking/Linkaging
Project Implementations
Research and Studies
Capability enhancement
Partnership building

LIVELIHOOD INITIATIVES

Entrepreneurial Development trainings (seaweeds processing, bangus deboning, used plastic bag
rope-making, seaweeds farming)
Introduction of other feasible livelihood projects (holticulture, orchidarium, bonsai, food processing,
meat processing, fish processing, honeybee culture, internet services, livestocks)
Product/Market development (tie-up with BFAD/DTI/DOST and WISE-ACT, participations in trade
fairs, and introduction to local consumers)
Establishment of Tinapa enterprise
Establishment of savings and credit (micro-financing)
Commodity store
ANNEXES
ORGANIZATIONAL EVOLUTION:
1995-1997
GA (all individual members)

Executive Committee
(Pres., Vice, Sec, Treas, Auditor, PROs

COMMITTEES
Finance Audit and Inventory
Advocacy Election
Rehab projects Membership

All member organizations

1998-1999

GA
(all individual members)

Executive Committee
(Pres., Vice, Sec, Treas, Auditor, PROs

Council of Leaders

CO M M I T T E E S
Finance Advocacy Membership Election

Rehab projects Audit and Inventory Economics

All member organizations

2000-2002 GA
(all individual members)

Board of Directors
(Pres., Vice, Sec, Treas, Auditor, PROs

COMMITTEES

Finance Rehab projects Advocacy Membership and Audit and Inventory


election
Entrepreneurial Dev’t

All member organizations


ANNEXES
ORGANIZATIONAL EVOLUTION:

2002-2005 GA
(all member orgs. delegates) Project
Management
Team
Board of Directors
(Pres., Vice-external, Vice-internal, Sec, Treas, Auditor, PROs

COMMITTEES
Finance Entrepreneurial Dev’t Advocacy Membership and Audit and Inventory
expansion
Rehab projects

All member organizations

2005-2006 GENERAL ASSEMBLY


CONSULTANCY AND APPOINTMENTS
ELECTION BOARD (Member Organizations Delegates) BOARD
Office of Assessment and Evaluation
[President, Vice-President, Secretary-General) Office of Information
Office of Documentation

JUDICIARY DEPT LEGISLATIVE DEPT FINANCE DEPARTMENT DEPT. OF DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE DEPT. AUDIT AND INVENTORY DEPT.
Supreme Court Office of Law Office of the Treasury Office of the Administration Office of the Auditor

OFFICE OF POVERTY Office of Resource Management


Court of Appeals Organizational Office of the ALLEVIATION
Trial Court
Matters Commis- Budget
sion Officer
Fish Sanctuary Development Unit
Commission for Office of the Rehabilitation Projects Unit
Gender Issues and Bookkeeper Tinapa Enterprise Pollution and Waste Mgt. Unit
Concerns Conservation and Environment Unit
Office of the Seaweeds Process-
Commission for Revenues
Bureau of Penal ing and Marketing
Fishery Issues and
Office of OFFICE OF MEMBER-
Execution Concerns Bagoong/Patis SHIP AND EXPANSION
(MFARMC) Property Enterprise Unit for Service Areas
Custodian Unit for Other Sectors and
Commission for Lambat Project
Environmental Stakeholders
Issues (Council Micro-finance
for Conservation Project
and Environment)
Cooperative Unit OFFICE OF ADVO-
Commission for CACY, NETWORKING
Youth Affairs MRF Dev’t Unit AND LINKAGING
(SK)
Entrepreneurial
Matters Commis- Office of Gender Parity
sion OFFICE OF HUMAN
Commission for RESOURCES DEV’T Office of Youth and Children’s Affairs
Constitutional
Amendments Office of Elders Affairs

OFFICE OF PROGRAM
Office of Fisher folks Affairs
DEVELOPMENT

Office of Other Sectors Affairs


Office of Project
Proposals
A, , B, C, D OFFICE OF SOCIAL SERVICES,
HEALTH AND NUTRITION

SERVICE AREAS
[Barangays Palikpikan, San Piro, Navotas, 4, 10, 9, 8, San Juan, Gimalas, Carenahan, Baclaran]
ANNEXES