PENRO SLEYTE

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3 YR. COMPREHENSIVE SITE DEVELOPMENT OF 5 HAS. AGRO/FRUIT TREES PLANTATION UNDER eNGP
 
 

 
 
           

 

1. Formulation and Monitoring of ENR Sector Policies, Plans, Programs and Projects

         A. Formulation of Policies, Plans, Programs and Projects

                  A.1 Prepare, Review and Evaluate Work Targets and Budget Proposal

                  A.2 Prepare, Review and Evaluate Work and Financial Plan

                  A.3 Implementation of ENR Policies and Programs Monitored and Evaluated

         B. Forest Management Services

                  B.1 Forest Land Use

                  B.2 Preparation/Updating of Simplifed Community Resource Management Framework (CRMF) including Maps and 5-Year Workplan

                  B.3 Forest Products Utilization and Price Monitoring

         C. Land Mangement Services

                  C.1 Adoption of Provincial Foreshore Management and Development Plan

2. Natural Resources Enforcement and Regulatory Program

          A. Natural Resources Management Arrangement/Agreement and Permit Issuance

          B. Forest and Forest Resources Use

                   B.1 Issuance of Tenure Instrument/Management Arrangement

                            B.1.1 Processing of Application of Tenurial instruments

                            B.1.2 Compliance Monitoring of Tenure or Permit Holders

                            B.1.3 Assessment of CSCs (develop CSCs) including expire, expiring outside CBMFA

                    B.2 Forest Protection Program

                            B.2.1 Procurement of Equipment and Gadgets

                                    B.2.1.1 Procurement of Mapping and Surveillance Software

                                    B.2.1.2 Procurement of Geotagging Equipment

                                    B.2.1.3 Procurement of Handheld Radio with Base/Communication Equipment

                            B.2.2 Acquisition of Vehicles

                     B.3 Sustained a Well-Planned Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Campaign Region-wide down to CENRO level

                             B.3.1 Involvement of Forest Communities in Forest Protection Works

                             B.3.2 IEC Campaign, CENRO Level Meetings, Consultation, Seminars and Symposium

                      B.4 Consistent Apprehension and Mandatory Administrative Adjudication and Confiscation of Apprehended Forest Products including Conveyances and other Implements

                             B.4.1 Apprehended undocumented Forest Products including NTFPs, Vehicles, Equipment and other implements

                             B.4.2 Hauling of Apprehended Forest Products and Vehicles/Implements to CENR Office or any nearest Goverment Office

                       B.5 Provision of Institutional Support in Investigation, Filling of information and/or Criminal Complaints and Prosecution of Forest Cases

                              B.5.1 Hiring of Lawyers/Legal/Legar Researchers

                       B.6 Sustainable Implementation of the LAWIN Forest and Biodiversity Protection System

                       B.7 Collection of Revenue from Forestry Sector

        C. Land Management Sector

                       C.1 Collection of Revenues

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PROVINCE OF SOUTHERN LEYTE

Province of Southern Leyte was created by Republic Act No. 2227. It was signed by President Carlos P. Garcia on May 22, 1959.

On July 1, 1960, Southern Leyte was inaugurated as a province with sixteen (16) municipalities, 349 barangays and 4 islands: Panaon Island, Limasawa Island, San Pablo Island and San Pedro Island.  It had a total population of 209,608 as of February 15, 1960 NSO Census of Population.  The municipalities included: Maasin, as the capital town and the seat of the provincial government, Macrohon, Padre Burgos, Malitbog, Bontoc, Sogod, Libagon, Liloan, Pintuyan, San Francisco, St. Bernard, Cabalian (now San Juan), Anahawan, Hinundayan,  Hinunangan and Silago.

Three more municipalities were created subsequently, namely: San Ricardo from Pintuyan, Tomas Oppus from Malitbog and Limasawa from Padre Burgos. Since then, Southern Leyte is composed of 1 congressional district, 1 city, 19 municipalities and 500 barangays with a total population of 399,137 in 2010.