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Chapter 3

Overlay of Economic Growth, Demographic Trends, and Physical Characteristics Republic Act 10879 establishes the Southwestern Tagalog Region as MIMAROPA Region composed of the following provinces and cities: Marinduque, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Palawan, Romblon, Calapan City, and Puerto Princesa City.

Physical Characteristics Geographic Location

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Land Area

Political Subdivisions

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS

CITIES

Marinduque

1

Occidental Mindoro

1

Oriental Mindoro

PROVINCE

MUNICIPALITIES

BARANGAYS

-

6

218

-

11

163

2

1

14

426

Palawan

3

1

23

433

Romblon

1

-

17

219

MIMAROPA

8

2

71

1,459

Topography, Elevation, and Slope

Water Resources

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Land Resources

Geologic Features

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Mineral Resources

Climate and Weather

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Land Classification

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Existing Land Use

MARINDUQUE

OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

ORIENTAL MINDORO

PALAWAN

ROMBLON

Agricultural

92,797.74

78,331.67

111,510.59

323,452.40

113,951.04

Residential

575.70

6,360.79

1,319.07

5,536.20

24,360.55

Industrial

74.87

18.92

550.12

954.91

Commercial

559.71

1,196.51

Others

744.00

156,817.30

LAND USE

377.03 8,130.00

158,735.25

84.74

Economic Development Regional Economic Performance

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Demographic Characteristics National and Regional Context

Size and Density

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Growth Rate and Doubling Time

POPULATION GROWTH RATE

POPULATION REGION/PROVINCE

2000

2010

2015

20002010

20102015

20002015

Philippines

76,506,928

92,337,852

100,981,437

1.90

1.72

1.84

MIMAROPA

2,299,229

2,744,671

2,963,360

1.79

1.47

1.68

Marinduque

217,392

227,828

234,521

0.47

0.55

0.50

Occidental Mindoro

380,250

452,971

487,414

1.76

1.40

1.64

Oriental Mindoro Palawan (excluding Puerto Princesa City) Puerto Princesa City

681,818

785,602

844,059

1.43

1.38

1.41

593,500

771,667

849,469

2.66

1.84

2.38

161,912

222,673

255,116

3.24

2.62

3.02

Romblon

264,357

283,930

292,781

0.72

0.59

0.67

Network of Settlements

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MIMAROPA Spatial Framework

PROVINCE

Marinduque

Occidental Mindoro

ROLE IN THE REGION/COUNTRY

NEW EMERGING INDUSTRIES

• Butterfly capital of MIMAROPA • Lenten Capital of the Philippines (Moriones Festival) • Tourism hub hosting historical, and cultural landmarks (Battle of Pulang Lupa marker, Battle of Paye marker, Marinduque National Museum, Luzon Datum origin (Balanacan Station)

Agribusiness • Coco coir production • Butterfly industry • Abaca processing • Coconut sugar production

• Major producer of agricultural products and fishery and aquaculture products such as Tuna, Milkfish and Tiger Prawns • Region’s top producer of corn • Region’s top producer of onions • Top producer of salt in the region which supplies neighboring provinces of Southern Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and Metro Manila from its production of iodized and non-iodized salt • Tourism attractions which offers cultural/historical heritages, fine sandy beaches, coral reefs, mangrove forests and nature sports and recreational sites

Agribusiness • tuna • pickled fruits and vegetables • aquamarine processing • salt industry • seaweeds • pastillas • handicrafts

• Various diverse and unique tourist attractions such as Mts. Iglit -Baco National Park, F.B. Harrison Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary, Mt. Calavite Wildlife Sanctuary, Lubang’s Lt. Onoda Trail and Caves, Sablayan’s Apo Reef, Island to Island Zipline (the longest zipline in Asia), and the tamaraw or Mindoro dwarf buffalo in Mount Iglit, Mount Calavite and areas near the Sablayan Penal Settlement

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PROVINCE

ROLE IN THE REGION/COUNTRY

NEW EMERGING INDUSTRIES

Oriental Mindoro

• Gateway for trade and investments in the eastern side of the country • One of the premier tourism destinations in the country: Puerto Galera as “One of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World” declared in 2005 by the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club, a French-based organization supported by UNESCO, Naujan Lake as one of Ramsar’s ‘Wetland of International Importance” declared in November 1999 and Bulalacao beaches • Food Basket for Luzon and Visayas Region, providing a reliable and stable supply of agri-based, aquaculture, marine products and livestock to CALABARZON, the National Capital Region and the provinces of Aklan, Iloilo, Capiz, Guimaras, Negros Oriental and Antique • Region and country’s top producer o f calamansi • Region’s top producer of banana • Region’s top producer of palay

Agribusiness • banana chips • rice-based delicacies • calamansi purees and concentrates • virgin coconut oil • bamboo-based products • lamayo, dried biya and seaweeds • handicrafts and novelties and décor crafts from abaca, buri and cogon

Palawan

• Major tourism hub in the region hosting two world heritage sites (Tubattaha Reefs Natural Park and Puerto Princesa Underground River) • Highest contributor to the regional and national fisheries production • Region’s and country’s top producer of seaweeds • Region’s and country’s top producer of cashew

Agribusiness (1) cacao in Brookespoint (2) seaweeds in Dumaran (3) pineapple in Rizal and Bataraza (4) banana in Rizal and Bataraza • Palm oil industry

Romblon

• Major supplier of fish and aquaculture products. • Top marble producer/processor and supplier in the region and in the country. • Host to tourism destinations such as natural, historical, cultural attractions, and fine beaches. (e.g. Carabao Island, San Jose and Mt. Guiting-guiting National Park)

• Soft broom production (walis tambo) • Fish and other marine products processing • Meat processing • Peanut butter production • Coconut oil processing

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Tourism activities: • mountain climbing at Mt. Halcon in Baco • water rafting in San Teodoro • island hopping in Bulalacao • scuba diving and health and wellness in Puerto Galera

Concentration

x

x x

Growth Centers in MIMAROPA

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Establish a Regional Government Center

x x

x

Improve Inter Island Connectivity

Connectivity

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Improve Inter Regional Integration

NAME OF PORT

LOCATION

DESTINATION

REGION

Balanacan Port

Mogpog, Marinduque

Lucena City, Quezon

CALABARZON

Cawit Port

Boac, Marinduque

Lucena City, Quezon

CALABARZON

Abra de Ilog Port

Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro

Batangas City, Batangas

CALABARZON

Camanawit Port

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

Libertad, Antique

Western Visayas

Nasugbu, Batangas

CALABARZON

Batangas City, Batangas

CALABARZON

Seaport

Tilik Port Calapan City Port

Lubang Island, Occidental Mindoro Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro

Bulalacao Port

Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro

Malay, Aklan

Western Visayas

Dangay Port

Roxas, Oriental Mindoro

Malay, Aklan

Western Visayas

Balatero Port

Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro

Batangas City, Batangas

CALABARZON

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NAME OF PORT

LOCATION

DESTINATION

REGION

Cuyo Port

Cuyo, Palawan

San Jose, Antique Iloilo City, Iloilo

Western Visayas Western Visayas

Coron Port

Coron, Palawan

Manila

NCR

Banton Port

Banton, Romblon

Lucena. Quezon

CALABARZON

San Vicente Port

San Vicente, Palawan

Odiongan Port

Odiongan, Romblon

Malay, Aklan Ormoc, Biliran Batangas City, Batangas

Western Visayas Eastern Visayas CALABARZON

San Fernando Port

San Fernando, Romblon Cajidiocan, Romblon

Roxas City, Capiz Masbate

Western Visayas Bicol

San Jose Airport

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

Manila

NCR

Puerto Princesa International Airport

Puerto Princesa City, Palawan

Manila Iloilo City, Iloilo Cebu City, Cebu Davao City, Davao

NCR Western Visayas Central Visayas Davao

Francisco B. Reyes Airport

Busuanga, Palawan

Manila

NCR

Tugdan Airport

Alcantara, Romblon

Manila

NCR

Eastern Visayas

Airport

x

x

Vulnerability Reduction

x

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Increase Resiliency of Communities to Natural Disasters

x

x

x

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x

x x

x

PROVINCE

MUNICIPALITY Boac

Marinduque

Occidental Mindoro

Mogpog Sta. Cruz

Binunga, Canat, Boi, Bayuti, Ambunan, Tumagabok, Sibuyao, and Sabong Bocboc Polo, Maniwaya, Makulapnit

Abra de Ilog Calintaan Magsaysay Paluan Rizal Sablayan

Udalo Malpalan, Poypoy Paclolo, Pumaga Mananao Manoot Caludio Salgado, Ilvita, Victoria, Tagumpay, Paetan

Baco Bansud Oriental Mindoro

BARANGAY

Bongabong Bulalacao Calapan City Naujan Pola Roxas

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Pulang Tubig, Putican-Cabulo, Manganganan, Lantuyan, San Ignacio Malo Hagan, Lisap, Batangan, Morente, Maasim Navotas Paitan, Caburo, San Andres, San Luis, Banutan Misong, Tagumpay, Buhay na Tubig, Bacawan San Raphael, San Vicente

Romblon

Palawan

Banton Concepcion Corcuera Odiongan Romblon San Andres San Agustin Santa Maria Santa Fe Aborlan Agutaya Araceli Balabac Bataraza Busuanga Cagayancillo Coron Culion Dumaran Kalayaan Linapacan Magsaysay Narra Puerto Princesa City Quezon Rizal Roxas San Vicente Taytay

whole municipality whole municipality whole municipality Rizal, Progresto Weste Cabugaan, Cobrador/Naguso Marigondon Norte Cawayan Imelda Tabugon Isaub whole municipality whole municipality Bataraza, Buksuk, Sebarina, Pandanan, Bancalaan Colandanum San Isidro, Panlalaitan whole municipality Cabugao, Banuang Daan, Bintuan Maglalambay, De Carabao, Bulalacao whole municipality whole municipality Calibangbangan, Pical Cuyo Panacan, Tarcas, and Ipilan Pangangan and Marufinas Panitian Latud Islet Barangays of Tinitian, and San Miguel Islets of Port Barton, Caruray Batas, Debangan, Casian, Maytegued, Beton, Baras, Paly, Tumbod, San Jose, Banbaran

Integrate DRR/CCA in Local Development Plans

Improve Solid Waste Management

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Programs, Projects, and Activities x x x x x

x x

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