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CITY/MUNICI

Region: VIII
City/Municipality: _________________

Indicator Philippine
Shopping List SDGI
Objective/Results
(Regional Results (1- Yes
(1)
Matrices) 0-No)
(2) (3)

PRODUCTIVE SECTOR (Chapters 1, 2, 3,


Chapter 3: Expanding Economic Opportunities in Agriculture and Fisher
Sector Outcome: Resilient, high-earning and sustainable Agriculture and Fishery S
Subsector Outcome 2 :

Agriculture and Fishery


competitiveness
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
enhanced

Chapter 5. Expanding Economic Opportunities in Services


Sector Outcome: Productive and competitive service sector achieved
Subsector Outcome 1:
Business climate
improved

Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

Subsector Outcome 2:

Productivity and
innovative capacity Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
enhanced

SOCIAL SECTOR (Chapters 6, 7, 8, 15)


Chapter 6. Reducing Inequality in Opportunities for Human Developmen
Sector Outcome: Human capital development accelerated
Subsector Outcome 1:
Nutrition and health for
all improved

Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

Chapter 8 : Building Resiliency of Individuals and Families


Sector Outcome: Socio-economic resiliency of individuals and families
Subsector Outcome 1:
Vulnerability of
Individuals and families
reduced
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

Chapter 9: Enhancing Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Ada


Sector Outcome: Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change Adaptation and Mitig
(DRR-CCAM)
Subsector Enhanced
Outcome 2:

Capacities of
communities to reduce
risks and cope with
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
impacts of all hazards
enhanced

Subsector Outcome 3:

Casualties and Damage


to Properties Reduced Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR (Chapter 10


Chapter 10. Accelerating Infrastructure Development
Sector Outcome: Infrastructure development accelerated
Subsector Outcome 1
Improved adequacy, Average travel time via road from
quality and accessibility regional center to key urban
of land, sea and air 1
corridors decreased (hour)
transport infrastructure Tacloban City-Borongan City
facilities and services
Length of paved national roads
1
increased (percent)
transport infrastructure
facilities and services

Length of paved national roads


1
increased (kilometer)
Length of permanent bridges
1
increased (linear meters)
Total length of newly constructed/ upgraded/ rehabilitated access roads increased (ki
To agricultural areas (farm-to-
1
market and farm-to-mill roads)

To tourism areas 1
To airports and seaports 1
Length of paved local provincial
and city roads increased 1
(kilometer)
Motor vehicles registered increased (number)
For-hire vehicles 1
Private vehicles 1
Cargo traffic increased (metric ton) - Domestic Cargo
Air passenger traffic 1

Round-trip domestic air flights for


general aviation/commercial flights 1
increased (number)

Airports rated capable of operating


commercial flights increased 1
(number)
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
Number of permanent provincial
1
bridges increased
Length of permanent Provincial
1
bridges increased (linear meters)
Length of paved provincial roads
1
increased (kilometer)
Length of paved barangay roads
1
increased (kilometer)
Registered motorized banca 1
Subsector Outcome 2
Improved adequacy, HHs with electricity increased
quality and accessibility of 1
(percent)
power/energy
infrastructure facilities and HHs with electricity increased
services 1
(number)
Provincial energy consumption
1
increased (Gigawatt hours)
Renewable energy increased
1
(percent)
Renewable energy capacities
1
installed (megawatt)
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
Number of barangays with
1
electricty (percent)
Number of barangays with
1
electricty (number)

Subsector Outcome 3
Improved adequacy, HHs with access to safe water
quality and accessibility of 1
supply increased (percent)
water resources
infrastructure facilities and Water service connections
services 1
increased (number)
HHs with access to basic
1
sanitation increased (percent)

Human open-defecation in
1
barangays decreased (number)

Number of flood-prone areas


1
protected increased (percent)

Ratio of irrigated farmlands to total


potential irrigable farmlands 1
increased (percent)

Cropping intensity increased (number)

National Irrigation System (NIS) 1


Communal Irrigation System
1
(CIS)
Coverage area of irrigation facilities increased (hectares)
NIS 1
CIS 1
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

Subsector Outcome 4
Improved adequacy, Cities and municipalities with
quality and accessibility of Cellular Mobile Telephone Service
ICT infrastructure facilities 1
(CMTS) coverage increased
and services (percent)
Areas with access to the Free WiFi Internet Access in Public Places(FWPP)-Pipol Ko
Town Plaza 1
National High School/ 1
Elementary School 1
Town Hall 1
Hospital 1
Library 1
Rural Health Unit 1
Terminal 1
State University and College 1
Public schools with internet access increased (number)
Elementary 1
Secondary 1
Public schools with DepEd
Computerization Program (DCP) 1
packages increased (number)
Cellsites installed increased
1
(number)
Barangays validated CMTS
1
coverage increased (percent)
Cities/municipalities with access to network coverage increased (number)
AM Stations 1
FM Stations 1
TV Stations 1
CATV Stations 1
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
1
1
Subsector Outcome 5
Improved adequacy, Classroom to pupil ratio improved
quality and accessibility of Kindergarten 1
socia infrastructure Grades 1 - 3 1
facilities and services
Grades 4 - 6 1
enhanced
Junior High School 1
Senior High School 1
Water and sanitation facilities to pupil ratio sustained
Elementary 1
Junior High School 1
Senior High School 1
Classroom needs reduced
1
(number)
Classrooms provided increased (number)
Kindergarten 1
Elementary 1
Junior High School 1
Senior High School 1
Schools with electricity increased (percent)
Elementary 1
Junior High School 1
Senior High School 1
Schools with adequate water and sanitation facilities increased (percent)
Elementary 1
Junior High School 1
Senior High School 1
Yolanda permanent resettlement
housing projects completed 1
(number)
Access to health care facilities improved
Hospital bed to population ratio 1
RHU to population ratio 1
BHS to population ratio 1
Coverage of solid waste
management facility
1
increased (percent to total number
of barangays)
Barangays with Material
Recovery Facilities (MRFs) 1
increased (number)
Barangays with access to Sanitary
Land Fills (SLFs) increased 1
(number)

Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

CROSS-SECTORAL (Chapters 9, 12, 13, 1


Chapter 12: Enhancing Peace, Security, Public Order and Justice Admin
Sector Outcome:Peace, security, public order, and justice administration enhance
Subsector Outcome 4 ;

Criminality Reduced
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices

Chapter 14: Maintaining Ecological Integrity and a clean and Healthy En


Sector Outcome: Ecological Integrity, Clean and Healthy Environment Maintained
Subsector Outcome 1:

Environment and
Natural Resources
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
Sustainably Managed

Subsector Outcome 2:

Human well-being and


environmental quality
Additional indicators not reflected in the Regional Results Matrices
ensured
Human well-being and
environmental quality
ensured

Prepared by:

MPDC
Date:
CITY/MUNICIPAL RESULTS MATRICES

Indicator Source Baseline


(1- Yes
0-No Year Value
2- Additional) 2019 2020 2021 2022
(5) (6)
(4)

hapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11)
es in Agriculture and Fisheries
nable Agriculture and Fishery Sector

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2
es in Services
ce sector achieved

1
1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

rs 6, 7, 8, 15)
ies for Human Development
erated

1
1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2
s and Families
ividuals and families

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2
on and Climate Change Adaptation and Management
e Change Adaptation and Mitigation

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

OR (Chapter 10)
opment

1 2017 3.8 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.3

1 2017 96.94 97.56 98.16 98.78 99.39


1 2017 337.34 339.47 341.60 343.74 345.87

1 2017 4,601.00 4,601.00 4,601.00 4,601.00 4,601.00

d/ rehabilitated access roads increased (kilometer)

1
1

1 2015 116.29 116.29 160.30 204.31 248.32

er)
1 2015 1,334 1,334 1,411 1,488 1,565
1 2015 7,355 7,355 8,772 10,189 11,606
stic Cargo
1 2018 0 0 1,440 1,920 2,400

1 2018 0 0 96 96 96

1 2018 1 1 1 1 1

e Regional Results Matrices

2 2015 14 21 28 35 42

2 2015 406 406 493 580 667

2 2017 133.56 133.56 173.60 213.65 253.70

2 2017 81.02 81.02 259.67 438.32 616.97

1 2015 86 86 89.5 93 96.5

1 2015 83,364 83,364 86,831 90,297 93,764

1 2017 0 5 15 25 40
1

e Regional Results Matrices

3 2017 96.82 96.82 97.62 98.42 99.22

3 2017 578 578 583 588 593

1 2017 91 91 93.25 95.5 97.75

1 2017 86 86 89.5 93 96.5

1 2017 4,499 4,499 3,374 2,249 1,124

1 2015 63.87 63.87 72.91 81.94 90.98

1 2015 27 27 33 38 44

1 2015 19 19 30 42 53

sed (hectares)
1 2015 4,800 4,800 5,113 5,426 5,738
1 2015 3,153 3,153 3,965 4,777 5,589
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

1 2017 100 100 100 100 100

t Access in Public Places(FWPP)-Pipol Konek (number)


1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1 2017 6 6 6 6 6
ed (number)
1
1

1
k coverage increased (number)
1 2017 23 23 23 23 23
1 2017 23 23 23 23 23
1 2017 1 3 5 7 10
1 2017 12 15 18 20 23
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

1
1
1
1 2017 1:27 1:27 1:27 1:27 1:27
1 2017 1:45 1:45 1:44 1:43 1:42
sustained
1
1
1
1

1 2017 457 457 492 527 562


1 2017 2,429
1 2017 821
1 2017 144

1
1
1
n facilities increased (percent)
1
1
1
1

1 2015 1:884 1:884 1:884 1:884 1:884


1 2015 1:18,680 1:18,680 1:18,680 1:18,680 1:18,680
1 2015 1:4,490 1:4,490 1:4,490 1:4,490 1:4,490

1 2017 386

1 2017 0

e Regional Results Matrices


2
2

ters 9, 12, 13, 14)


ic Order and Justice Administration
ustice administration enhanced

1
1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2
and a clean and Healthy Environment
althy Environment Maintained

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2

1
1
1
e Regional Results Matrices
2
2
ANNEX A-1

End of Plan Means of Data


Remarks
Target Verification Source
(11)
(8) (9) (10)
Eastern Samar Maydolong
2.3 Transport Logs
Transport Group -Basey Road

Asphalt and
100 concrete
DPWH pavement
DPWH REPORT
DPWH
DPWH REPORT
348.00

4,601.00 DPWH, PEO

PPDO, PEO,
LRNDP
Tourism Office

292.33

1,644 Registration LTFRB/LTO


13,025 Records LTO-BOR

2,880

96
CAAP Records CAAP

43 DPWH, PEO

754

293.75 Annual Reports DPWH, PEO

795.62 DPWH, PEO

100

97,230

Annual Reports ESAMELCO

40
Annual Reports ESAMELCO

100
Annual Reports ESAMELCO
597

100

97,230
FHSIS PHO/DOH
100

DA Annual
100 PEO
Report

DA Annual
100 NIA
Report

49
DA Annual
NIA
64 Report CIS/CIP

6,051 DA Annual
NIA
6,401 Report CIS/CIP

NTC Annual
100 NTC
Reports

23
76
597
23
NTC Annual
24 DICT
Reports
NTC Annual
DICT
Reports

25

468
60
NTC Annual
DICT, DepEd
Reports

NTC Annual NTC, Service


Reports Providers

23
23 NTC, LGU and
NTC Annual
SERVICE
10 Reports
PROVICERS
23

DepEd Annual
DepEd
Reports
1:27
1:40

DepEd Annual
DepEd
Reports

597 Daycare Centers


DepEd Annual
DepEd
Reports

DepEd Annual DepEd /


Reports ESAMELCO

DepEd Annual
DepEd
Reports
DepEd Annual
DepEd
Reports

1:884
DOH Annual
1:18,680 DOH/PHO
Reports
1:4,490

EMB Annual
EMB
597 Reports

597
LOCAL

Region: VIII
City: BORONGAN

Indicator Philippine
Shopping List SDGI
Objective/Results
(Regional Results (1- Yes
(1)
Matrices) 0-No)
(2) (3)

PRODUCTIVE SECTOR
Chapter 3: Expanding Economic Opportunities in Agriculture and Fisher
Sector Outcome: Resilient, high-earning and sustainable Agriculture and Fishery S
Subsector Outcome 2 :
Agriculture and Fishery Yield of priority commodity
competitiveness increased (MT/ha.)
enhanced Palay 1
Coconut (with husks) 1
Banana (Saba) 1
Banana (Lakatan) 1

Corn 1
Cassava 1
Pineapple 1
Jackfruit 1
Vegetables (pinakbet)
Eggplant 1
Ampalaya 1
Squash (fruits) 1
Okra 1
Ginger 1
Industrial Crops
Cacao 1
Coffee (robusta) 1
Chapter 5. Expanding Economic Opportunities in Services
Sector Outcome: Productive and competitive service sector achieved
Subsector Outcome 1:
Business climate Total tourist receipts increased
1
improved (Million PhP)
Foreign tourists 1
Local tourists 1
Visitor/tourist arrivals
1
increased (number)
Foreign tourists 1
Local tourists 1
Primary tourism
establishments increased
(number)
Accommodation
1
establishments
Number of rooms 1
Tourist transport 1
Travel and tours 1
Tour guides 1
Agri-tourism 1
Secondary tourism establishments increased (number)

Secondary tourism establishments


1
increased (number)

Accredited primary tourism establishments increased (number)


Accommodation 1
Tourist transport 1
Travel and tours 1
Tour guides 1
Agri-tourism 1
Accredited secondary tourism establishments (number)
Specialty shops 1

Restaurants 1

Subsector Outcome 2:
Productivity and Employment generated from the
innovative capacity Services sector increased 1
enhanced (number)

SOCIAL SECTOR
Chapter 6. Reducing Inequality in Opportunities for Human Developmen
Sector Outcome: Human capital development accelerated
Subsector Outcome 1:
Nutrition and health for Total fertility rate reduced (average
all improved number of children born per 1
woman)

Contraceptive prevalence rate in


1
all methods increased (percent)
all improved

Maternal mortality rate decreased


1
(per 100,000 live births)

Infant mortality rate decreased


1
(per 1,000 live births)
Under-five mortality rate
decreased (per 1,000 children 0-4 1
years old)

Neonatal mortality rate kept low


1
(per 1,000 live births)
Premature mortality due to the
following reduced (percent):
- cardiovascular disease 1
- cancer 1
- diabetes 1
- chronic disease 1

Tuberculosis (TB) incidence per


100,000 population reduced 1
(number)

TB treatment success rate


1
sustained (percent)
Proportion of births attended by
health personnel increased 1
(percent)
Proportion of pregnant women with
4 pre-natal check-ups increased 1
(percent)

Proportion of women of
reproductive age (15-49 yrs) with
met family planning needs for 1
modern methods increased
(percent)

Proportion of households (HHs)


with access to safe water 1
increased (percent)

Proportion of HHs with access to


sanitary toilet facilities increased 1
(percent)

Chapter 8 : Building Resiliency of Individuals and Families


Sector Outcome: Socio-economic resiliency of individuals and families
Subsector Outcome 1:
Vulnerability of Conditional Cash Transfer CCT)
Individuals and families HHs elevated to self sufficiency 1
reduced level increased (percent)
CCT HH's coverage sustained
1
(percent)
Senior Citizens covered by Social
Pension Program increased 1
(percent)
Government Offices compliant to
Accessibility Law increased 1
(percent)
Rape Cases and other forms of
violence against children reduced 1
(number)

Chapter 9: Enhancing Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Ada


Sector Outcome: Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change Adaptation and Mitig
(DRR-CCAM) Enhanced
Subsector Outcome 2:
EWS facilites installed in BRGYs
Capacities of increased (number) 1
communities to reduce
risks and cope with
impacts of all hazards Indigenous EWS facilites installed
in barangays increased (percent) 1
enhanced

Subsector Outcome 3:
Casualties and Damage Barangays prepared to manage
to Properties Reduced impacts of disasters (number) 1
Barangays with established
LDRRM Council 1
Established Local DRRM
Operation Center 1
Barangay with established reliable
communication system 1

INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR
Chapter 10. Accelerating Infrastructure Development
Sector Outcome: Infrastructure development accelerated
Subsector Outcome 1:
Improved adequacy, HHs with electricity increased
quality and accessibility 1
(percent)
of power/energy
infrastructure facilities HHs with electricity increased
and services 1
(number)

Number of barangays with


1
electricty (percent)

Number of barangays with


1
electricty
Average travel time via road from poblacion to upstream barangays (Minutes)

Poblacion to San Gabriel 1

Poblacion to San Mateo 1

Poblacion to Cagbonga 1

Length of paved national roads


1
increased (percent)

Length of paved national roads


1
increased (kilometer)

Length of permanent bridges


1
increased (linear meters)
Total length of newly constructed/ upgraded/ rehabilitated access roads increased (ki
To agricultural areas (farm-to-
1
market roads)

Length of City Roads increased


1
(kilometer)

To tourism areas 1

Subsector Outcome 5:
Improved adequacy, Coverage of solid waste
quality and accessibility management facility (%of total 1
of social infrastructure number of barangays)
facilities and services
Barangays with Material 1
enhanced
Recovery Facilities (MRFs)
increased (number)
1
Barangays with access to Sanitary
Land Fills (SLFs) increased
(number)

CROSS-SECTORAL
Chapter 12: Enhancing Peace, Security, Public Order and Justice Admin
Sector Outcome:Peace, security, public order, and justice administration enhance
Subsector Outcome 4 ;
Criminality Reduced Crime Rate Reduced (per 100,000 1
population
Average monthly crime rate
1
reduced (percent)
Average monthly index crime rate
1
reduced (percent)
Crime solution efficiency improved
1
(percent)
Crime clearance efficiency
1
improved (percent)
Crime Volume Reduced (number) 1
Index crimes 1

Chapter 14: Maintaining Ecological Integrity and a clean and Healthy En


Sector Outcome: Ecological Integrity, Clean and Healthy Environment Maintained
Subsector Outcome 1:
Environment and Forest plantation increased
Natural Resources (hectares) 1
Sustainably Managed Forest production areas
rehabilitated and/or maintained
(hectares) 1
Mangrove Areas rehabilitated
and/or maintained increased
(hectares) 1
Coastal marine areas effectively
maintained (hectares) 1
Developed integrated watershed
areas (number0 1
Subsector Outcome 2:
Human well-being and Coverage of solid waste
environmental quality management facility (%of total 1
ensured number of barangays)

Submitted by:

DANIEL B. ANDEA
Asst. CPDC
Date: January 24, 2019
LOCAL RESULTS MATRICES

Baseline
Indicator Source
(1- Yes
0-No Year Value
2- Additional) 2019 2020 2021 2022
(5) (6)
(4)

es in Agriculture and Fisheries


nable Agriculture and Fishery Sector

1 2017 3.50 4.60 5.06 5.57 6.13


1 2015 4.19 4.19 4.60 5.06 5.47
1 2015 3.36 4.05 4.45 4.89 5.38
1 2015 4.08 4.93 5.92 5.96 6.57

1 2017 3.30 3.99 4.39 4.82 5.30


1 2015 4.00 4.84 5.32 5.85 6.40
1 2015 10.00 12.10 13.31 14.60 16.06
1 2017 4.68 5.66 6.22 6.84 7.52

1 2015 6.46 7.81 8.59 9.00 10.40


1 2015 11.14 13.47 14.81 16.29 17.92
1 2015 11.00 13.31 14.64 16.10 17.70
1 2015 6.05 10.04 11.04 12.14 13.35
1 2015 7.00 8.47 9.31 10.31 11.26

1 2015 0.53 0.64 0.71 0.78 0.85


1 2015 0.58 0.70 0.77 0.85 0.93
es in Services
ce sector achieved
1 2018 1.40 1.90 2.70 4.80
1 2018 0 0.60 0.90 1.20 2.00
1 2018 0 0.80 1.00 1.50 2.80
1 2018 56,171 73,022 94,928 123,407 160,429
1 2018 1,174 1,526 1,984 2,578 3,351
1 2018 54,997 71,486 92,044 120,829 157,078

1 2018 24 25 26 27 30
1 2018 286 291 296 301 305
1 2018 6 9 12 15 20
1 2018 5 6 7 8 10
1 2018 51 56 61 71 75
1 2018 0 1 2 3 5
ed (number)

1 2018 2 3 4 5 10

increased (number)
1 2018 6 10 15 25 30
1 2018 6 9 12 15 20
1 2018 1 3 6 8 10
1 2018 51 55 60 65 75
1 2018 0 1 2 3 5
nts (number)
1 2018 2 3 4 5 10

1 2018 3 5 10 15 20

1 2018 256 300 350 400 450

ies for Human Development


erated

1 2017 3 2.6 2.6 2.5 2.5

1 2017 53.5 65 66.5 70 73.5


1 2017 2 1 0 0 0

1 2017 10 7 6 5 5

1 2017 10 7 6 5 5

1 2017 0 <2 <2 <2 <2

1 2017 17 24 23 22 21
1 2017 9 14 13 12 11
1 2017 12 19 18 17 16
1 2017 10 8 6 4 2

1 2017 200 190 180 170 150

1 2017 100 >90 >90 >90 >90

1 2017 1 30 50 70 90

1 2017 87 94 100 100 100

1 2017 60 85 91 91.5 92.5

1 2017 95 99 100 100 100

1 2017 76 100 100 100 100

s and Families
ividuals and families
1 2017 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

1 2017 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

1 2018 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00

1 2017 15.00 18.00 20.00 25.00 30.00

1 2017 15 10 8 6 5

on and Climate Change Adaptation and Management


e Change Adaptation and Mitigation

1 2018 20 20 30 40 61

1 2018 5 15 30 40 45

1 2017 61 61 61 61 61

1 2017 61 61 61 61 61

1 2017 61 61 61 61 61

1 2017 44 54 61 61 61

OR
opment

1 2015 86 89.0 92.0 94.0 96.0

1 2015 12,024 12,430 12,700 12,970

1 2017 100.00 100.00 100.00 100

1 2017 61 61 61 61
n to upstream barangays (Minutes)

0 2017 45.00 45 30.00 25 25

0 2017 20.00 20 15.00 15 10

0 2017 45.00 40 35.00 35 30

1 2017 26.00 26.00 31.00 36.00 40.00

1 2017 26.00 26.00 31.00 36.00 40.00

1 2017 574 574 580 585 590

d/ rehabilitated access roads increased (kilometer)

1 2017 25 26.0 30.0 35.0 42.0

1 2017 17 18.5 20.0 22.0 26.0

1 2017 0 2 4 6 8

1 2018 95.0 95.0 98.0 100.0 100.0

1 2018 56 58 61 61 61

1 2018 58 58 60 61 61

ic Order and Justice Administration


ustice administration enhanced

1 2017 260.52 166.52 133.52 106.52 85.52

1 2017 21.71 13.71 9.71 5.71 1.71

1 2017 8.54 5.12 3.41 1.7 0

1 2017 70.74 78.74 82.74 86.74 90.74


1 2017 89.36 92.96 94.76 96.56 98.36
1 2017 188 114 77 40 3
1 2017 74 46 32 18 4

and a clean and Healthy Environment


althy Environment Maintained

3 4 6 8 10
1 2018

0 2 4 6 8
1 2018

0 3 6 9 12
1 2018
2 3 3 4 5
1 2018
0 1 1 2 4
1 2018

1 2018 95.0 95.0 98.0 100.0 100.0


ANNEX A-1

End of Plan Means of Data


Remarks
Target Verification Source
(11)
(8) (9) (10)

6.13
5.47
5.38
6.57 DA Annual Office of the City
Report Agrticulturist

5.30
6.00
16.10
7.52

10.40
17.92
17.70
13.35 Office of the City
DA Annual
Agrticulturist
11.26 Report
(OCA)

0.85
0.93
4.80
2.00
2.80 City Tourism
Borongan City
Office Annual
Tourism Office
160,429 Report

3,351
157,078

30
305
20 City Tourism
Borongan City
Office Annual
10 Tourism Office
Report
75
5

City Tourism
Borongan City
10 Office Annual
Tourism Office
Report

30
20 City Tourism
Borongan City
10 Office Annual
Tourism Office
75 Report
5

10 City Tourism
Borongan City
Office Annual
20 Tourism Office
Report

City Tourism
Borongan City
450 Office Annual
Tourism Office
Report

2.5

73.5

City Health Unit City Health Units


Annual Report 1&2
0
City Health Unit City Health Units
Annual Report 1&2
5

<2

21
11
16
2

150

>90

90

City Health Unit City Health Units


Annual Report 1&2
100

92.5

100

100
4.00

4.00

40.00 CSWDO Annual


CSWDO
Report

30.00

61
CDRRMO Borongan
Annual Report CDRRMO
45

61

61
CDRRMO Borongan
Annual Report CDRRMO
61

61

96 ESAMELCO
Member
Consumer
Records
12,970 ESAMELCO

100 ESAMELCO
Annual Report
61 ESAMELCO
Transport
25 Transport Logs
Groups
Transport
10 Transport Logs
Groups
Transport
30 Transport Logs
Groups
Asphalt and
40 DPWH Report DPWH Concrete
pavements

40 DPWH Report DPWH

590 DPWH Report DPWH Concrete Bridge

INVENTORY OF
42 CEO
ROADS

INVENTORY OF Gravel/Concrete
26 CEO paved roads
ROADS
INVENTORY OF
8 CEO
ROADS

100.0

CSWMO Annual Borongan


61
Report CSWMO

61

85.52

1.71

0
CPO Annual Borongan City
Report Police Office
90.74
CPO Annual Borongan City
Report Police Office

98.36
3
4

10

8
City ENRO
Annual Borongan City
12 Accomplishment ENRO
Report

Borongan
100.0 CSWMO Report
CSWMO