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Copy of City of Malabon

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Etymology

Ma-Labong (a place where there is much Labon) – Spanish Historian Algonargh

Labon – an old Tagalog word meaning a fishing village that is soaked in water and mud – Ildefonso Santos

Malabon - Tambobong – in contrast to Malabon Grande of Cavite

Tambobong – old name of the city (Tambo – a plant that is used in making Walis Tambo, a kind of sweeper) Geophysical Characters

South - Manila, West and Soutwest of Navotas, South of Caloocan and North and North East of Valenzuela

1, 571.40 hectares of land area (2.5% of NCR’s Land Area)

21 Barangays (Potrero – largest Barangay)

Home of the three tributary rivers – Navotas, Tullahan and Malabon rivers

Generally flat topography, with slope ranging from 0 to 5% Eastern portion of Malabon lies at the Guadalupe Plateau Historical Background

May 21, 1599 - Founded by the Agustinians as a vista of Tondo (Tambobong)

1614 - Recognition as a town

December 20, 1827 - Separation of Navotas and Malabon

June 11, 1901 - Malabon and Navotas was merged - incorporated in the province of Rizal

January 6, 1906 - Navotas was separated from Malabon

November 1975 - Malabon became part of Metro Manila through PD824

2001 - City hood of Malabon The City Development Plan

2012 - 2014 under the incumbency of Canuto S. Oreta husband of former Senator Tessie Aquino Oreta

Vission Statement of Malabon

"A city triumphant over the dual forces of
poverty and ecological disorder and God-Fearing,
sef Sufficient and secured inhabitants where rivers
run free, commerce vibrant in every avenue and the
government valued by the people" The Six Point Agenda

1. Education, Housing and other Social Services
2. Employment, Livelihood and Local Investment
3. Modern Infrastructure
4. Health and Environment
5. Public Order and Safety
6. Fiscal Administration Social Development Sector
- Education
- Health
- Social Services
- Housing
- Sports and Recreation
- Peace and Order Education Strategies Health Strategies
1. Strengthen Implementation of Maternal Care Program in 21 Health Centers and Hospitals
2. Strengthen information dissemination such as counseling among pregnant women
3. Enhancement of existing facilities for OPB and MCP
4. Effective Implementation of EPI in 21 health centers and other private health facilities Social Services Strategies
1. Establishment of good relationship with the churches and religious organizations within the locality.
2. Serious advocacy for a strong campaign against unwanted pregnancy, prostitution and other such activities.
3. Strengthen and uphold family relationships.
4. Involvement of family and community in identification of needs of the disadvantaged individuals and depressed areas.
5. Intensified education to develop favorable attitudes, knowledge and skills for the residents to assume administration of community affairs. Volunteers in community development are the OSY's in the depressed areas thru the Sangguniang Kabataan. Peace and Order

1. Augment the city’s lack of police personnel
2. Equip all barangay officials and personnel of knowledge and trainings beneficial for them
3. Establish a system to educate the pedicab and motorized tricycle drivers of the city’s
traffic rules and regulations
4. Installation of devices, facilities and/or equipments that would be an aid to traffic situation in the city
5. Strengthen the implementation of City Ordinance 05-2006 “The Unified Traffic
Management Code”
6. Respond to all kind of emergencies and provide emergency medical service and rescue ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT sector

- Cultural Preservation and Enrichment
- Tourism
- Employment and Livelihood
- Building Regulation
- Trade and Industry Sectoral Goal:

To strengthen and promote City’s trade and industry determined by rich tourism attractions, well functioning cooperatives and sustainable business establishments through incentive and support of the government 11. Public Library Day Celebration Storytelling session
12. Exhibit of Malabon Historical Facts
13. Children's Hour "Film Showing"
14. Recreational and Leisure Games
15. Bookmobile Operations "Library and Computers on Wheels" public secondary schools
16. Promotional Campaign thru dissemination of library flyers – barangays
17. Children's Day Celebration "Storytelling Session"
18. National Book Week Celebration - Book Donation to a Public Elementary School
19. Christmas Activities (Annual Gift giving & free meals)

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of cultural preservation and enrichment programs TOURISM

Issues and Concerns:
Data bank of festivities and celebrations in the city
Development of historical and tourist attractions

Objectives and Targets:
To have data bank of all festivities in the city every year
To develop and preserve the city’s historical heritage/ site by at least 50 % by the year
2014
To identify and preserve areas that have tourist potentials

Strategies:
Formulation of Tourism plan
Improvement of City’s tourism industry
Promotion of city’s tourism industry to other places

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Preservation of heritage sites (e.g. old houses)
2. Information dissemination campaign in Trimedia like newspaper, t.v., radio & internet
3. Development of promotional materials and strategies for tourism
4. Beautification Project and Landscaping of entry points
5. Cultural Development Program (tour packages and fund raising)
6. Barangay Tourism Program
7. Enhancement of possible business related establishment
8. Citywide organizing & networking of cultural and arts volunteers
9. Research & Documentation of Cultural Tourism Property
10. Program for Artistic excellence/ Establishment of various artist group
11. Conduct of Socio-Cultural Activities such as festivals

Proposed Legislation:
Ordinance adopting the Tourism Plan
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of tourism programs EMPLOYMENT & LIVELIHOOD

Issues and Concerns:
 Decrease in number of registered cooperatives
 Employment mismatched
 High unemployment and underemployment rate
Operational livelihood center
Proper monitoring of livelihood assistance granted to beneficiaries
Opportunities for SMEs
Development and Establishment of water transport system

Objectives and Targets:
To increase and organize cooperatives in all barangay and prospective institutions at least
10% yearly
To organize at least 2 community based small and medium enterprises to avail of the
DOST program every year
To increase labor force employment to 80% by year 2014
To generate more employment opportunities so as to absorb the expanding labor force
To align and develop available manpower with existing and potential industries
To maintain and fully equip the city’s livelihood center
To increase the number of livelihood center users by 10% per year Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Conduct of seminars/trainings to MSME's & Bgy/community
2. Construction of training center (Livelihood Center accessible to Barangays)
3. Conduct of training on livelihood programs to all constituents of Malabon
4. Conduct inspection and visitation to various cooperatives
5. Cooperative month celebration
6. Provision of assistance to cooperatives
7. MCSO Micro-Finance Program
8. Data banking/ computerization
9. Skills registration (computerized) per barangay
10. Anti- illegal recruiting campaign
11. Assistance/Monitoring of returning Overseas Filipino Workers/Displaced Workers
12. Government Internship Program (GIP)
13. Training Induction
14. Job Induction
15. Industry-Partner Relations
16. Job Placement Assistance
17. Internet Job search program (Phil-Jobnet)
18. Job's Fair/Mini Job Fair
19. Livelihood Program for informal sector/youth enterpreneurship support; UNLAD Kabuhayan Worktrep 20. Overseas Employment Program
21. Pre-employment orientation Program (Local and Overseas)
22. Regular Employment Facilitation (Printing/Reproduction of forms etc.)
23. Vocational and Guidance Program/labor education for Graduate Students Career (H.S.)
24. Vocational and Guidance Program/labor education for Graduate Students Career (LEGS - CMU)
25. Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (TIPC)
26. Discover the World of Work (D-WOW)
27. Conversion of the Livelihood Center into an economic enterprise
28. Procurement of necessary equipment and vehicle for the conduct of livelihood caravans

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of employment and livelihood programs BUILDING REGULATION

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of establishments / buildings not complying with building code standards
 Monitoring of government buildings/establishments

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase number of building safety standard compliant to 100%
 To increase number of government and other commercial establishments conforming with the building code to 100%

Strategies:
 Strict implementation of building code, rules and regulations

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Assessment/inspection of private and public buildings in compliance to the existing
National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP) and National Building Code (NBC)
2. Procurement of demolition equipments and vehicles
3. Efficient processing of permits through computerization



Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of building regulation programs TRADE & INDUSTRY

Issues and Concerns:
 Increasing number of retiring/ closing establishments
 Compliance of all business on business permit requirements
 Encouragement of possible investors
 Lack of incentives to investors

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase number of commercial/ business establishment by 10% every year
 To increase issued barangay business permits by 25% by the year 2012
 To increase registered business establishment (brgy./city) by 5% by 2014

Strategies:
 Laws and regulations affecting fair and equitable conduct of business in the city will be efficiently enforced and violations shall be dealt with swiftly and fairly
 Development of Central Business District and Commercial District Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Business Regulation Program
2. Monitoring of the prices of basic necessities/ price tags and timbangan ng bayan
3. Citywide marketing program
4. Hosting/meeting with Nat'l Assn. of Business Permits & Licensing Office
5. Annual Celebration of Business Week
6. Quarterly meeting with the business/private sector
7. Ocular Inspection and Tax mapping
8. Issuance of Licenses & Permits to New Businesses
9. Renewal of Licenses and Permits of Existing Business
10. Continuous updating of business profile - i.e., increase in area/actual use, addition of new line, number of actual manpower, retirement, change of ownership &/or address
11. Updated computerized business registration system

Proposed Legislation:
Tax incentive measures for investors
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of trade and industry programs INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT sector
- ROAD NETWORK & BRIDGES
- FLOOD CONTROL & DRAINAGE
- SOCIAL SUPPORT AND OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE
- GOVERNMENT BUILDING & PUBLIC FACILITIES
- OTHER UTILITIES (electricity & water supply) No. of Barangays:
Twenty-one (21)
Smallest Barangay- Bayan bayanan (8.49 ha)
Largest Barangay- Potrero (302.71 ha)

Total Land Area:
1,517.40 hectares (Approximately 2.50% of Metro Manila’s total land area)

Topography:
Generally flat topography with a slope ranging from 0-5%
Eastern portion of Malabon Lies at the Guadalupe Plateau Location



Rivers and Waterways
18 rivers/waterways
In terms of length:
Tullahan River (4, 500 m.)
In terms of Area:
Malabon- Navotas River (377, 000 sq. m.) Malabon Total Population:
363, 681 (based on the NSO census of August 2007)
Annual Growth Rate:
0.98% (Year 2000-2007)
Average Household size:
4.54 person
Household Population
336, 516
Population Density:
11, 155.86 person/sq. km. Demographics A BRIEF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
DATES of HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT

May 21, 1599Malabon was founded by the Augustinians as a visita of Tondo
(It was then known as Tambobong)

1614Tambobong was recognized as a town

1670The Tondo cabecera officially named the town “TAMBOBONG” but the native insisted on calling it “MALABON”

Malabon was the name of the town’s principal barrio, the present
Concepcion

During this era, Malabon served as station for goods. Rivers and tributaries that linked Malabon to other towns served as feeder roads and greatly smoothened produce-to-market operations.

1770 to 1789 Malabon became the largest producer of high-quality indigo which was exported to European textile industry (After 1789, Manila opened as a free port-foreign vessels carried off large supplies of this precious dye) November 7, 1975Malabon became part of Metro Manila t hrough Presidential Decree No. 824

September 25, 1999Public Hearing on conversion of the Municipality of Malabon to City of
Malabon was conducted

December 8, 1999House Bill No. 8868 entitled “An Act Converting the Municipality of Malabon into a Highly Urbanized City to be Known as the City of Malabon” was approved on its Third Reading by the House of Representatives

January 21, 2001Deliberation by the Senate Committee on Local Government of House Bill
No. 8868

February 8, 2001House Bill No. 8868 was then approved by the Senate during its regular session

March 5, 2001President of the Republic of the Philippines signed into law, Republic Act No. 9019 , otherwise known as the “Act Converting the Municipality of Malabon into a Highly Urbanized City to be Known as the City of Malabon”

April 21, 2001Republic Act No. 9019 was ratified after the Plebiscite

BRIEF Malabon City’s
VISION STATEMENT

“A city triumphant over the dual forces of poverty and ecological disorder with God-fearing, self-sufficient and secured inhabitants where rivers run free, commerce vibrant in every avenue and the government valued by the people.” SIX (6) – POINT AGENDA

Relevant to the vision statement the local chief executive identified his six (6) point agenda which will ensure that the programs, projects and activities outlined will produce socio- economic, physical and environmental prosperity.

Mayor Tito S. Oreta’s Six (6)-Point Agenda:

1. Education, Housing and other Social Services

2. Employment, Livelihood and Local Investment

3. Modern Infrastructure

4. Health and Environment

5. Public Order and Safety

6. Fiscal Administration SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT sector

Introduction:

This sector would focus on issues that affect the people and/or their lives directly such as education, health, sports and recreation, education & manpower skills, social services, housing and public order & safety. The list of programs, projects and activities are formulated to improve the quality of life and the well being of all constituents of the city. This also includes the concern of the city regarding gender sensitivity, equity, social justice and the like.

Sectoral Goal:

To improve the living condition of Malabon constituents by ensuring quality delivery of social services providing peace, comfort and security towards a better life. Strategies:
 Education for all
 Continuous update of exact number of school age population and their location
 Strengthen Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program
 Acquisition of equipment and facilities for schools and libraries
 Maintenance and repair of school buildings
 Hiring of additional teachers and conduct of seminars/trainings for staff and school teachers
 Implement special education program for OSYs, adults, disabled and gifted
 Financial assistance and scholarship for deserving students
 Increase quality of education (tertiary level) as well as the competence of teaching personnel
 Expanding tertiary education based on labor market demand by bridging blue collar jobs to white collar status Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Identification of possible sites for schools
2. Additional classrooms/school buildings and other service facilities
3. Conduct of Drop-out reduction program
4. Family Mapping
5. Information and Education Campaign regarding ALS through leaflets, orientation and the like.
6. Faculty scholarship programs
7. Purchase/acquisition of computer-based statistical programs, installation of internet, wifi
8. Massive information dissemination per barangay
9. Capacity building program for teachers & students
10. Participation to Regional and National Contest and Conferences
11. Procurement of teaching devices, big books and the like
12. Hiring of teachers
13. Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program
14. Training of teachers for Special Education (SPED) 15. Physical Development Program
 Don Tobias Marcelo / Admin Bldg. 2nd storey, CMPI
 One storey building (prepared for 2nd storey), CMPI
 2nd flr. Vicencio Bldg.,CMPI
 Perimeter fencing, CMPI
 Upgrading to 3 phase electrical line along CMPI
 Flagpole relocation / bust of Don Tobias,CMPI
 Landscaping and beautification of grounds, CMPI
 Vicencio Bldg. (conversion of rooftop to 4 classrooms), CMU
 Oreta Building, CMU
 Sandoval Building, CMU
 Construction of 3 storey classroom building, CMU
 Improvement on CMU perimeter fences
 Beautification of CMU grounds
 Repainting of old structures and buildings 16. Career Information
17. Industry Immersion
18. No Training Required (NTR) / Community Based Training Programs & New Courses
19. With Training Required (WTR) Training Programs & Migration of NTR to WTR courses and new courses
20. Proposed Formal Education in CMPI
21. Faculty Development Program for CMU personnel
22. Student Development Program, CMU
23. Institutional Development Program, CMU
24. Computerization service program for Library and registrar’s office, CMU
25. Tie-up to other educational institutions/ expansion programs in the use of laboratories and facilities.
26. Assistance Program for Malabon residents with acquired skills
27. Scholarship from TESDA & NGOs
28. Education and vocational skills enhancement for jail inmates
29. Scouting Activities

Proposed Legislation:
 Creation of plantilla positions, additional budget for the opening of new graduate
programs at the city’s university and at the polytechnic institute
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of education programs HEALTH

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of maternal and infant mortality in the city
 Unsafe birth deliveries (by unskilled birth attendant)
Full immunization of all children in the city
Pregnant women not visiting health centers
Lack of information and knowledge on effects of unsafe birth delivery and having no pre natal consultation

Objectives and Targets:
To reduce maternal deaths to 0% in Malabon City by the year 2014
To increase the number of deliveries attended by skilled birth attendant by 29% at the end of 2014,
To increase the number of Fully Immunized Children (FIC) by 22% at the end of 2012/ to
95% or 100% by the end of year 2014.
To increase the number of Pregnant Women with 4 or more A.P visits by 20% every year
To improve health care delivery system
To strengthen coordination between and among health and related agencies
To develop a healthy environment to be able to control and prevent diseases
To provide greater emphasis on a more dynamic implementation of preventive and promotive health and nutrition measures Strategies:
Strengthen Implementation of Maternal Care Program in 21 Health centers and hospitals
Strengthen information dissemination such as counseling among pregnant women
Enhancement of existing facilities for OPB and MCP
Effective implementation of EPI in 21 health centers and other private health facilities

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Maternal Care Program a. Pre-natal Care
- Counseled to have a facility based delivery b. Post Partum Care
- Complete Iron & Vitamin A supplementation
2. Child Care Program
a. Newborn screening
b. Expanded Program on Immunization
c. Integrated Management of Children’s Illness (IMCI)
d. Nutrition Program
e. Strengthen Implementation of Infant and Young Child feeding (IYCF)
3. Tuberculosis Control Program
a. Case finding of TB symptomatic
b. Provision of medicines on identified base
c. Establishment of TB Diagnostic Committee in the city d. Implementation of DOTS Tutok Gamutan
4. Family Planning Program
a. Functional Operating room
b. Available free Family Planning contraceptives c. Conduct of fertility awareness in barangays
d. Organization of Responsible Parenthood Movement in 21 barangays e. Establishments of adolescence health center/ clinic
f.Conduct of training for health staff on adolescence health center HEALTH

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of maternal and infant mortality in the city
 Unsafe birth deliveries (by unskilled birth attendant)




 Full immunization of all children in the city
 Pregnant women not visiting health centers
 Lack of information and knowledge on effects of unsafe birth delivery and having no pre natal consultation

Objectives and Targets:
 To reduce maternal deaths to 0% in Malabon City by the year 2014
 To increase the number of deliveries attended by skilled birth attendant by 29% at the end of 2014,
 To increase the number of Fully Immunized Children (FIC) by 22% at the end of 2012/ to
95% or 100% by the end of year 2014.
 To increase the number of Pregnant Women with 4 or more A.P visits by 20% every year
 To improve health care delivery system
 To strengthen coordination between and among health and related agencies
 To develop a healthy environment to be able to control and prevent diseases
 To provide greater emphasis on a more dynamic implementation of preventive and promotive health and nutrition measures Strategies:
 Strengthen Implementation of Maternal Care Program in 21 Health centers and hospitals
 Strengthen information dissemination such as counseling among pregnant women
 Enhancement of existing facilities for OPB and MCP
 Effective implementation of EPI in 21 health centers and other private health facilities

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Maternal Care Program a. Pre-natal Care
- Counseled to have a facility based delivery b. Post Partum Care
- Complete Iron & Vitamin A supplementation
2. Child Care Program
a. Newborn screening
b. Expanded Program on Immunization
c. Integrated Management of Children’s Illness (IMCI)
d. Nutrition Program
e. Strengthen Implementation of Infant and Young Child feeding (IYCF)
3. Tuberculosis Control Program
a. Case finding of TB symptomatic
b. Provision of medicines on identified base
c. Establishment of TB Diagnostic Committee in the city d. Implementation of DOTS Tutok Gamutan 4. Family Planning Program
a. Functional Operating room
b. Available free Family Planning contraceptives c. Conduct of fertility awareness in barangays
d. Organization of Responsible Parenthood Movement in 21 barangays e. Establishments of adolescence health center/ clinic
f. Conduct of training for health staff on adolescence health center
5. Dental Health Program
a. Various dental health services
b. Implementation of Orally fit child program
6. Sexually Transmitted Infection Program a. Case identification
b. Regular check-up of commercial sex workers c. Provision of medicines and medical supplies d. Conduct of Health education 4. Family Planning Program
a. Functional Operating room
b. Available free Family Planning contraceptives c. Conduct of fertility awareness in barangays
d. Organization of Responsible Parenthood Movement in 21 barangays e. Establishments of adolescence health center/ clinic
f. Conduct of training for health staff on adolescence health center
5. Dental Health Program
a. Various dental health services
b. Implementation of Orally fit child program
6. Sexually Transmitted Infection Program a. Case identification
b. Regular check-up of commercial sex workers c. Provision of medicines and medical supplies d. Conduct of Health education 7. Leprosy Control Program
8. Dengue Prevention and Control Program
9. Primary Eye Care Program
10. Cardiovascular Diseases Prevention and Control Program
11. Voluntary Blood Donation Program
12. Relocation, Reconstruction and Upgrading of Malabon City Hospital
13. Diabetes Control Program
14. Community Based Rehabilitation Program
15. Philhealth Accreditation Program
16. Implementation of Medicare Para sa Masa
17. Monitoring of existing Botika ng Barangay and establishment/ accreditation of additional BnBs 18. Implementation of Local Enhancement and Development Program for Health Services
19. Accreditation of remaining five (5) health centers as Sentrong Sigla certified
20. Realization of the establishment of additional health services
21. Annual Medical examination for Public School teachers
22. Additional Allowance/ incentives for accredited BHWs
23. Implementation of Primary Health Care at the barangay level
24. Implementation of PPAs planned in the CIPH
25. Disaster Preparedness Program
26. Environment Sanitation and Veterinary Services
27. Renal Disease Prevention and Control Program
28. Rabies Prevention & Control Program

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of health programs SOCIAL SERVICES



Issues and Concerns:
 Involvement of churches in community activities
 Incidence of unwanted pregnancy
 Increasing number of teenage prostitution
 Increasing incidence of family violence
 Increasing number of CICL (Children In Conflict with the Law)



Objectives and Targets:
 To involve all churches and religious organizations in community activities.
 To reduce unwanted pregnancy cases to 0 %
 To reduce teenage prostitution cases to 0 %
 To reduce cases of family violence to at least 25%
 To reduce cases of Children In Conflict with the Law (CICL) by at least 10%
 To increase number of children enrolled in day care centers by at least 25 % Strategies:

Establishment of good relationship with the churches and religious organizations within the locality
Serious advocacy for a strong campaign against unwanted pregnancy, prostitution and other such activities
Strengthen and uphold family relationships
Involvement of family and community in identification of needs of the disadvantaged individuals and depressed areas

Intensified education to develop favorable attitudes, knowledge and skills for the residents to assume administration of community affairs. Volunteers in community development are the OSYs in the depressed areas thru the Sangguniang Kabataan. Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Annual forum of community leaders and representatives from churches and other religious organizations
2. Information and Education Campaign regarding unwanted pregnancy, danger in prostitution and the like through seminars, leaflets and the like
3. Conduct of family enrichment seminar (PESS &ERPAT)
4. Conduct Bisita - kaibigan program to public elementary & high schools by the year 2014
5. Recruitment and registration of 3-5 years old children
6. Regular meeting of senior citizens
7. Valentine’s Party of Senior Citizens
8. Pabasa
9. Lakbay Aral
10. Elderly Filipino week
11. Christmas Celebration activities, Monthly check-up of senior citizens
12. Outreach program
13. Construction of Youth Home
14. Maintenance of Bahay Sandigan: Tahanan ng Batang Pinoy (Welfare House)
15. Children Welfare
a. Day Care Services
b. In-School Children Services (Petron Tulong Aral Scholarship program) 16. Youth Welfare
a. Conduct of rescue operations such as Sagip Kalinga sa Lansangan, regarding custody cases,
b. Organizing/ mobilizing youth organizations (Pag-Asa Youth Association in the
Philippines)
c. Peer Group sessions
d. Conduct seminar/workshop/ trainings on anger management, spiritual enhancement and counseling
e. Psychological medical examination, x-ray, msug testing and other assistance to youth and CICL (Children In Conflict with the Law)
17. Family and Community Welfare
a. Conduct of Family Enhancement Seminar such as Parental Effectiveness Seminar, Empowerment Reaffirmation of Parental Abilities (ERPAT), Pre-marriage counseling and the like.
b. Special services for solo parent and OFWs c. Pamaskong handog sa jail inmates
18. Women Welfare
a. Conduct of MARE-lympics b. Organize Ms. Buntis Parade
c. Participate in the Women Convention outside Malabon City
19. Persons With Disability Welfare a. Data banking of PWDs
b. Provision of identification cards and booklets
c. Provision of wheel chairs and other assistive devices d. Conduct of capability enhancement seminar
20. Elderly Welfare
a. Provide assistance and monitoring on elderly organizations
b. Provide assistance to disadvantaged elderly that requires medical attention and/or transfer of institutions 21. Disaster Relief Operation a. Data Gathering

b. Mapping & Master listing of affected families c. Repacking, Gathering & Distribution of goods
22. Crisis Intervention Assistance a. Medical Assistance
b. Food Assistance c. Burial Assistance
23. Provision of various assistance a. Issuance of certificate
b. Issuance of referral letters
c. Issuance of social case study reports/ assessment d. Issuance of Parental Capability Assessment
24. Reproduction of PWDs’ identification cards, booklets and application forms
25. Reproduction of Solo parents’ identification cards and application forms
26. Local Council for the Protection of Children projects and activities
27. Public Service
28. Community Organizing and Development
29. Community service/ relation (barangay affiliation)

Proposed Legislation:
 Creation/adoption of Gender And Development (GAD) Plan
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of social services programs HOUSING

Issues and Concerns:
 Undeveloped lots for housing projects
 Presence of informal settlers
 Lack of coordination with other agencies and private sectors
 Unidentified lands or lack of available lots for housing

Objectives and Targets:
• To develop at least 50% of available /identified lots for housing project by the year 2014
• To have a comprehensive data of informal settlers in the city and their exact location
• To coordinate housing/settlement development and avail financial assistance
• To prevent the increase in housing backlogs
• To provide the greater portion of households, specifically the existing marginal and low- income families with affordable and acceptable shelter including basic support services

Strategies:
• Strengthening and monitoring of Community Mortgage Program
• Development / Improvement of lots for housing projects will be maximized
• Private Sector participation will be harnessed through joint venture scheme and liberalize regulations and housing standards will be supported.
• All housing projects for low and marginal income families, including resettlements and provision of physical and service facilities and livelihood shall be sustained and strengthened. Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Relocation of informal settlers to be affected by national and local projects
2. City of Malabon Housing Board Program (information dissemination, meetings, field visits, consultation, assistance, monitoring, non-squatting activities, coordination with CMP originators)
3.Researchstudy/Construction/Repair/RehabilitationofMedium
Housing/Building/ Subdivision/ Urban Bliss and other housing projects
4.Acquisition/ Development of lands for housing projects
5.Census/ tagging/ mapping of informal settlers and lands for housing projects
6. Data Banking
7. Monitoring and Evaluation

Proposed Legislation:
Finalization/adoption of City Shelter Plan
Incentives for socialized housing projects
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of housing programs SPORTS & RECREATION

Issues and Concerns:
 Low participation of people to physical fitness activities
 Increase of lifestyle related diseases

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase participation rate of Malabon constituents especially the minors to sports activities by at least 25%
 To raise the physical fitness and mental condition of the community

Strategies:
 Increase physical fitness activities in the city
 Sports promotion having students, youths, elderly, disadvantaged individuals as primary targets

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Conduct of Fun Run activities
2. Conduct of mass exercise
3. Conduct of inter barangay basketball tournament
4. Conduct of inter department basketball league
5. Physical Fitness & Sports development of PNP personnel
6. Monthly ballroom dancing and exercise.

Proposed Legislation
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of sports and recreation programs PEACE & ORDER

Issues and Concerns:
 Increase of crime volume
 Maintenance of no escape record of BJMP
 Increasing incidents of road traffic accidents
 Increasing number of traffic violators
 Updating of skills and knowledge of peace and order implementors
 Insufficient equipment, facilities and the like for peace and order operations
 Disaster preparedness and responsiveness

Objectives and Targets:
 To decrease crime volume in the city by at least 24% per year
 To maintain the 0 escape incidence in Malabon City Jail
 To reduce road accidents by 70%
 To decrease traffic violators by 10 % per year
 To increase volunteer fire brigade members of at least 50 members per year
 To improve service delivery thru Mayor’s intelligence information.
 To increase awareness of constituents of the on-going programs, projects and activities of the city government  To equip peace and order personnel of the knowledge and skills that would be beneficial to them

Strategies:
 Augment the city’s lack of police personnel
 Equip all barangay officials and personnel of knowledge and trainings beneficial for them
 Establish a system to educate the pedicab and motorized tricycle drivers of the city’s
traffic rules and regulations
 Installation of devices, facilities and/or equipments that would be an aid to traffic situation in the city
 Strengthen the implementation of City Ordinance 05-2006 “The Unified Traffic
Management Code”
 Respond to all kind of emergencies and provide emergency medical service and rescue

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Professionalization of barangay tanods, ex-o, ladies brigade and the like through seminars and train trainings
2. Conduct of training, seminars and the like to upgrade knowledge and skills of person in authority
3. Procurement of CCTV cameras for the new Malabon City Jail Facility located at Brgy.
Catmon
4. Additional seminars & trainings for BJMP personnel
5. Procurement of 200 handcuffs to be used during court hearings or transfer of inmates
6. Procurement of communication devices, fire arms and the like for jail management
7. Procurement of prisoner’s van
8. National Correction Consciousness week activities
9. Paralegal Assistance program
10. City-wide installation of traffic signage
11. Procurement of vehicles for traffic management such as motorcycles, tow trucks and the like 12. Procurement of facilities and equipments such as communication devices
13. Repainting of pedestrian lanes and center lines
14. Oplan Disiplina operation implementation
15. Traffic and Security Assistance
16. Registration, renewal and issuance of Mayor’s Permit to operate to motorized tricycles
and pedicabs.
17. Issuance of traffic permits for excavation/ road upgrading/ rehabilitation, PRV
installation and the like.
18. Implementation of City Ordinance no. 05-2006 “The Unified Traffic Management Code
for City of Malabon”
19. Info drive campaign per tricycle/pedicab associations regarding traffic violations
20. Continuous Operation on illegal parking, obstruction, sidewalk clearing, no franchise
21. Acquisition of tires and batteries for fire trucks and ambulance
22. Purchase of fire fighter suits, gears, tools and communication devices
23. Rehabilitation of fire trucks and ambulance/s
24. Poster making contest
25. Barangay Fire Brigade Olympics
26. Malabon City Barangay Fire Brigade Training at Fire National Training Institute
27. Monitoring of Batang Bumbero project
28. Conduct of seminars, lectures and actual fire fighting operations
29. Elimination of sidewalk vendors along sidewalks and near public & private schools
30. Full implementation of law regarding vendors committing same offenses
31. Establishment of MCAT satellite network in 21 barangays
32. Conduct of various seminars and trainings such as Gender and Development Seminar, Aikido Training Crash Course, Bomb Identifications, Moral Recovery Workshop, NUP skills enhancement seminar, police investigation course, IDFA Pistol / Revolver Classification training & Lecture on Writ of Amparo 33. Conduct of barangay tanod training
34. Conduct disaster preparedness & operation training, First Respondent course, and other seminars, trainings, workshops and the like
35. Disaster Prevention and operation project
36. Purchase of medicines, medical equipment necessary during disaster operation.
37. Acquisition of emergency response vehicles and equipment



Proposed Legislation:
 Requiring fees for the issuance of certificate of detention upon release of inmates, prohibiting cellphones and other electronic gadgets to enter jail premises (implemented),
100% Non Smoking policy
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of peace and order programs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT sector

Introduction:

Economic Development sector focuses on issues concerning the economic status of the city and its constituents. It involves cultural preservation & enrichment, tourism, employment & livelihood, building regulation and trade & industry. Formulated programs, projects and activities under this sector aim to enhance the economic activities and culture of the city.

Sectoral Goal:

To strengthen and promote City’s trade and industry determined by rich tourism attractions, well functioning cooperatives and sustainable business establishments through incentive and support of the government CULTURAL PRESERVATION & ENRICHMENT

Issues and Concerns:
 Present location of the city library is not conducive to students and other users
 Documentation of various significant events in the city
 Unorganized documentation of historical facts, figures and photos

Objectives and Targets:
 To have a fully conducive city library by the year 2014
 To properly document all activities participated and sponsored by the city

Strategies:
 Promotion of the use of library
 Involvement of the city in all happenings and historical events in the locality.

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Identify possible location of library (2012)
2. Relocation of library (2012)
3. Acquisition of additional equipments & other library materials thru the city fund &
tapped NGO support
4. Information, Education & Communication program
5. Data Banking program
6. E-library Program (with internet connections)
7. Implementation of OPAC (On-line Public Access Cataloging)
8. Computerized Charging System (Bar Coding)
9. Creation of Senior Citizen's Corner
10. Valentine treat to regular active library patrons 11. Public Library Day Celebration Storytelling session
12. Exhibit of Malabon Historical Facts
13. Children's Hour "Film Showing"
14. Recreational and Leisure Games
15. Bookmobile Operations "Library and Computers on Wheels" public secondary schools
16. Promotional Campaign thru dissemination of library flyers – barangays
17. Children's Day Celebration "Storytelling Session"
18. National Book Week Celebration - Book Donation to a Public Elementary School
19. Christmas Activities (Annual Gift giving & free meals)

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of cultural preservation and enrichment programs TOURISM

Issues and Concerns:
Data bank of festivities and celebrations in the city
Development of historical and tourist attractions

Objectives and Targets:
To have data bank of all festivities in the city every year
To develop and preserve the city’s historical heritage/ site by at least 50 % by the year
2014
To identify and preserve areas that have tourist potentials

Strategies:
Formulation of Tourism plan
Improvement of City’s tourism industry
Promotion of city’s tourism industry to other places

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Preservation of heritage sites (e.g. old houses)
2. Information dissemination campaign in Trimedia like newspaper, t.v., radio & internet
3. Development of promotional materials and strategies for tourism
4. Beautification Project and Landscaping of entry points
5. Cultural Development Program (tour packages and fund raising)
6. Barangay Tourism Program
7. Enhancement of possible business related establishment
8. Citywide organizing & networking of cultural and arts volunteers
9. Research & Documentation of Cultural Tourism Property
10. Program for Artistic excellence/ Establishment of various artist group
11. Conduct of Socio-Cultural Activities such as festivals

Proposed Legislation:
Ordinance adopting the Tourism Plan
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of tourism programs EMPLOYMENT & LIVELIHOOD

Issues and Concerns:
 Decrease in number of registered cooperatives
 Employment mismatched
 High unemployment and underemployment rate

 Operational livelihood center
 Proper monitoring of livelihood assistance granted to beneficiaries
 Opportunities for SMEs
 Development and Establishment of water transport system

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase and organize cooperatives in all barangay and prospective institutions at least
10% yearly
 To organize at least 2 community based small and medium enterprises to avail of the
DOST program every year
 To increase labor force employment to 80% by year 2014
 To generate more employment opportunities so as to absorb the expanding labor force
 To align and develop available manpower with existing and potential industries
 To maintain and fully equip the city’s livelihood center
 To increase the number of livelihood center users by 10% per year

Strategies:
 Strengthen the cooperatives in the city
 Investment and Enterprise Development
 Product Development
 Strengthen relationship/ linkage with industries within and outside the city Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Conduct of seminars/trainings to MSME's & Bgy/community
2. Construction of training center (Livelihood Center accessible to Barangays)
3. Conduct of training on livelihood programs to all constituents of Malabon
4. Conduct inspection and visitation to various cooperatives
5. Cooperative month celebration
6. Provision of assistance to cooperatives
7. MCSO Micro-Finance Program
8. Data banking/ computerization
9. Skills registration (computerized) per barangay
10. Anti- illegal recruiting campaign
11. Assistance/Monitoring of returning Overseas Filipino Workers/Displaced Workers
12. Government Internship Program (GIP)
13. Training Induction
14. Job Induction
15. Industry-Partner Relations
16. Job Placement Assistance
17. Internet Job search program (Phil-Jobnet)
18. Job's Fair/Mini Job Fair
19. Livelihood Program for informal sector/youth enterpreneurship support; UNLAD Kabuhayan Worktrep 20. Overseas Employment Program
21. Pre-employment orientation Program (Local and Overseas)
22. Regular Employment Facilitation (Printing/Reproduction of forms etc.)
23. Vocational and Guidance Program/labor education for Graduate Students Career (H.S.)
24. Vocational and Guidance Program/labor education for Graduate Students Career (LEGS - CMU)
25. Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (TIPC)
26. Discover the World of Work (D-WOW)
27. Conversion of the Livelihood Center into an economic enterprise
28. Procurement of necessary equipment and vehicle for the conduct of livelihood caravans

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of employment and livelihood programs BUILDING REGULATION

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of establishments / buildings not complying with building code standards
 Monitoring of government buildings/establishments

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase number of building safety standard compliant to 100%
 To increase number of government and other commercial establishments conforming with the building code to 100%

Strategies:
 Strict implementation of building code, rules and regulations

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Assessment/inspection of private and public buildings in compliance to the existing
National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP) and National Building Code (NBC)
2. Procurement of demolition equipments and vehicles
3. Efficient processing of permits through computerization

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of building regulation programs TRADE & INDUSTRY

Issues and Concerns:
 Increasing number of retiring/ closing establishments
 Compliance of all business on business permit requirements
 Encouragement of possible investors
 Lack of incentives to investors

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase number of commercial/ business establishment by 10% every year
 To increase issued barangay business permits by 25% by the year 2012
 To increase registered business establishment (brgy./city) by 5% by 2014

Strategies:
 Laws and regulations affecting fair and equitable conduct of business in the city will be efficiently enforced and violations shall be dealt with swiftly and fairly
 Development of Central Business District and Commercial District

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Business Regulation Program
2. Monitoring of the prices of basic necessities/ price tags and timbangan ng bayan
3. Citywide marketing program
4. Hosting/meeting with Nat'l Assn. of Business Permits & Licensing Office
5. Annual Celebration of Business Week
6. Quarterly meeting with the business/private sector
7. Ocular Inspection and Tax mapping
8. Issuance of Licenses & Permits to New Businesses
9. Renewal of Licenses and Permits of Existing Business
10. Continuous updating of business profile - i.e., increase in area/actual use, addition of new line, number of actual manpower, retirement, change of ownership &/or address
11. Updated computerized business registration system


Proposed Legislation:
 Tax incentive measures for investors
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of trade and industry programs ROAD NETWORK & BRIDGES

Issues and Concerns:
Road repair and maintenance
Proper coordination/linkages with the national government agencies

Objectives and Targets:
To resolve the 20% gap on rehabilitation of road network by Y2014

Strategies:
Maintenance and upgrading of the city’s horizontal infrastructure

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Upgrading low-lying roads and rehab. of canals/drainages
2. North Rail Transportation Project
3. NLEX Segment 10
4. Opening of new roads
5. Upgrading/ concreting/ rehabilitation/ improvement of various national and local roads, streets and alleys
6. Upgrading/ concreting/ rehabilitation/ improvement of various bridges
7. Updating of road inventory (by class and surface type)

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of program for road network and bridges FLOOD CONTROL & DRAINAGE

Issues and Concerns:
 Unfinished/delayed KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and Drainage System
Improvement Project
 Change in the original design of the KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and Drainage
System Improvement Project
 Absence of a Master Drainage Plan for the City


Objectives and Targets:
 To have a 100% completed and fully operational KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and
Drainage System Improvement Project by Y2012
 To come up with a Master Drainage Plan for the City by the end of 2012 Strategies:
 Upgrading/rehabilitation of flood control systems

Programs / Projects/ Activities
1. Construction/ Upgrading and improvement of canals/drainages
2. Declogging of canals
3. Concreting / Upgrading / Rehabilitation of river walls / dikes
4. Rehabilitation of dilapidated flood control facilities
5. Raising of overtopped river dikes
6. Construction of additional pumping stations, floodgates and other flood control facilities
7. Completion of KAMANAVA Flood Control and Drainage System Improvement Project
8. Creation of Master Drainage Plan

Proposed Legislation:
 Ordinance adopting the City’s Master Drainage Plan
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support offlood control and drainage programs SOCIAL SUPPORT AND OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE

Issues and Concerns:
Coordination with concerned offices on the proposed social and other sectoral support infrastructure and target implementation

Objectives and Targets:
To construct all infrastructure that would be of support to other programs/ projects and activities of other sectors

Strategies:
Close coordination with other departments/ agencies that would be needing infrastructure support Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Construction of Socialized Housing
2. Construction of Youth home
3. Relocation, construction, upgrading of City Hospital
4. Relocation and reconstruction of City Library
5. Construction of Water Laboratory
6. Construction of facility for disposal of hazardous waste
7. Construction of boundary marker
8. Construction of recreational facilities
9. Construction of police tourists posts
10. Establishment of New Cemetery with Crematorium
11. Establishment of Solar Energy System
12. Provision of various Terminals in the barangays
13. Construction of waste treatment facility
14. Construction of waste water facility
15. Construction of water transport terminal

Proposed Legislation
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of social and other support infrastructure program
ROAD NETWORK & BRIDGES

Issues and Concerns:
Road repair and maintenance
Proper coordination/linkages with the national government agencies

Objectives and Targets:
To resolve the 20% gap on rehabilitation of road network by Y2014

Strategies:
Maintenance and upgrading of the city’s horizontal infrastructure

Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Upgrading low-lying roads and rehab. of canals/drainages
2. North Rail Transportation Project
3. NLEX Segment 10
4. Opening of new roads
5. Upgrading/ concreting/ rehabilitation/ improvement of various national and local roads, streets and alleys
6. Upgrading/ concreting/ rehabilitation/ improvement of various bridges
7. Updating of road inventory (by class and surface type)

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of program for road network and bridges FLOOD CONTROL & DRAINAGE

Issues and Concerns:
 Unfinished/delayed KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and Drainage System
Improvement Project
 Change in the original design of the KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and Drainage
System Improvement Project
 Absence of a Master Drainage Plan for the City


Objectives and Targets:
 To have a 100% completed and fully operational KAMANAVA Mega Flood Control and
Drainage System Improvement Project by Y2012
 To come up with a Master Drainage Plan for the City by the end of 2012

Strategies:
 Upgrading/rehabilitation of flood control systems

Programs / Projects/ Activities
1. Construction/ Upgrading and improvement of canals/drainages
2. Declogging of canals
3. Concreting / Upgrading / Rehabilitation of river walls / dikes
4. Rehabilitation of dilapidated flood control facilities
5. Raising of overtopped river dikes
6. Construction of additional pumping stations, floodgates and other flood control facilities
7. Completion of KAMANAVA Flood Control and Drainage System Improvement Project
8. Creation of Master Drainage Plan

Proposed Legislation:
 Ordinance adopting the City’s Master Drainage Plan
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support offlood control and drainage programs SOCIAL SUPPORT AND OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE

Issues and Concerns:
 Coordination with concerned offices on the proposed social and other sectoral support infrastructure and target implementation

Objectives and Targets:
 To construct all infrastructure that would be of support to other programs/ projects and activities of other sectors

Strategies:
 Close coordination with other departments/ agencies that would be needing infrastructure support Programs / Projects / Activities:
1. Construction of Socialized Housing
2. Construction of Youth home
3. Relocation, construction, upgrading of City Hospital
4. Relocation and reconstruction of City Library
5. Construction of Water Laboratory
6. Construction of facility for disposal of hazardous waste
7. Construction of boundary marker
8. Construction of recreational facilities
9. Construction of police tourists posts
10. Establishment of New Cemetery with Crematorium
11. Establishment of Solar Energy System
12. Provision of various Terminals in the barangays
13. Construction of waste treatment facility
14. Construction of waste water facility
15. Construction of water transport terminal

Proposed Legislation
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of social and other support infrastructure program Programs/ Projects/ Activities:

1. Increase bulb wattage of streetlights particularly at crime-proned areas
2. Annual inspection of government / public buildings
3. Recommend rehabilitation/demolition of all government/ public buildings/structures that shows deterioration due to earthquake
4. Construction / Relocation of public establishments
5. Repair/ Rehabilitation/ Improvement and maintenance of government buildings and public facilities
6. Construction of fence / railings

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of government buildings and other public facilities program OTHER UTILITIES (electricity & water supply)

Issues and Concerns:
Interrupted communication lines due to stolen cables
Illegal water connection
Power interruption (minimal)
Coordination with government agencies and utility providers

Objectives and Targets:
To increase number of communication lines by 20% in Y2012
To use “only” the water supplied by Maynilad (100%) by Y2014
To drop NRW by 10% (Physical and Commercial losses)

Strategies:
Continuous upgrading and maintenance of utilities

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Installation of new facilities (NGN) Next Generation Network
2. Marketing Strategies and Programs such as deactivation of deepwells, monitoring of establishments with deep wells as per MOA between Malabon and NWRB, CAPEX Programs (Y2012-2014)
3. Electric Capital Project (ECP), Project SWITCH, Increasing of bulb wattage on critical areas

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of programs on utilities ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT sector

Introduction:

This sector tackles the environmental concerns of the city such as parks, wildlife & other reservations, water resources, air quality, energy management, waste management and agricultural & fisheries support. Programs, projects and activities under this sector aim to address the environmental problems like global warming, climate change and the like.

Sectoral Goal:

To sustain ecological balance by ensuring good quality of air, land and water through its proper management and utilization which includes protection and preservation of natural resources PARKS, WILDLIFE & OTHER RESERVATIONS

Issues and Concerns:
Greening sites within the city
Environment projects/ programs monitoring team

Objectives and Targets:
To achieve 100% greening sites identified and 50% of these developed up to year 2014
To create and establish Environmental committee by the end of 2012

Strategies:
Promotion of environmental protection activities

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Greening Program
2. Beautification, landscaping and tree planting
3. Operation of plant nurseries
4. Formulation of environmental code
5. Building, Parks, Grounds administration and maintenance
6. Kapaligirang Luntian” program
7. “Linis Bilis “ program

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of parks, wildlife and other reservations er programs WATER RESOURCES

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of garbage and effluents along the rivers and water wastes
 Presence of ground water extraction activities

Objectives and Targets:
 To decrease garbage and other effluents in rivers and waterways by at least 20% in the year 2013
 To fully regulate ground water extraction activity in the city by year 2012

Strategies:
 Ensuring cleanliness and free flowing of rivers and waterways in the city

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Rehabilitation of rivers and waterways
2. Declogging of rivers and waterways
3. Clean-up of rivers and waterways
4. Groundwater Management Activities
- Monitoring of establishments with deep wells (as per MOA with NWRB)

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of programs on water resources AIR QUALITY

Issues and Concerns:
 Air quality in the city

Objectives and Targets:
 To ensure good quality of air in the city
 To limit gas emission from vehicles and establishments
 To lessen effects of global warming

Strategies:
 Promotion of activities related to clean air

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Clean air activities (anti-smoke belching campaign)
2. Creation of ASBU (Anti Smoke Belching Unit)
3. Air quality testing
4. Monitoring of smoke belching vehicles, establishments and other air pollutants

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of programs on air quality ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Issues and Concerns:
 Absence of alternative source of energy

Objectives and Targets:
 To develop atleast one (1) alternative source of energy other than electricity

Strategies:
 Coordination with private organizations, national government and other organizations in development of alternative source of energy

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Establishment of solar energy system

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of energy management programs WASTE MANAGEMENT

Issues and Concerns:
 Improper disposal, management and treatment of solid wastes
 Catmon dumpsite rehabilitation
 Public awareness on proper waste disposal



Objectives and Targets:
 To collect all daily generated garbage
 To establish Material Recovery Facilities (MRF) in all 21 barangays by 1st quarter of
2012
 To eliminate / control the dropping points of garbage
 To lessen the volume of garbage in public markets and all establishments per year
 To develop the Catmon dumpsite into a commercial district Strategies:
Establish system that would promote waste segregation
Establishment of MRF/s
Strengthen coordination between and among agencies involved in waste management, flood control
Reconstitution of Barangay Solid Waste Management Council (BSWMC)
Promotion of clean and green surroundings
Intensify information dissemination regarding waste
Elimination of market generated waste
Rehabilitation of Catmon dumpsite

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Implementation of “segregation at source” and “separate collection”
2. Conduct of seminar /training on proper implementation of MRF
3. Conduct seminars, trainings, workshops and the like to members of BSWMC
4. Search for cleanest and greenest barangay
5. Conduct of livelihood training sessions for conversion of market generated waste into livelihood products such as fertilizer
6. Catmon rehabilitation program
7. Monitoring of activities in Catmon dumpsite area
8. Finalization and passage of ten (10) year Solid Waste Management Plan
9. Pamahalaan at Eskwela Kontra Basura (PEKOBA)
10. Brigada Eskwela
11. Construction of waste treatment facility
12. Construction of waste water facility
13. Construction of facility for disposal of hazardous wastes

Proposed Legislation
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of waste management programs AGRICULTURE & FISHERIES SUPPORT

Issues and Concerns:
Unorganized City Fisheries and Aqualic Resources Management Council

Objectives and Targets:
To re-organize the City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council by the year 2012

Strategies

Strengthen support in agriculture/ fishery industry of the city
Strengthen information dissemination regarding greening program of the city

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Registration of fisher folks
2. Orientation re: fishery laws, rules & regulation
3. Planting of vegetables and other agricultural plants
4. Establishment / operation of plant nurseries
5. Plant production and development
6. Provision of technical assistance/ services
7. Climate change mitigation and/ adaptation activities

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of agriculture and fisheries support programs


Introduction:

INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT sector


This sector tackles the issues and concerns involving civil service & professional regulation, development planning, policy formation & statistical management, legislative services, financial
& fiscal management and organization and management. All programs, projects, activities and legislative requirements in this sector are gearing towards a faster and better public service for all Malabon and non-Malabon residents.

Sectoral Goal:
To increase and enhance good quality of collection and services and at the same time develop an
efficient and effective city administration responsive to the needs of the constituents which will cultivate a transparency toward comprehensive approach of collecting, development, programming and training. CIVIL SERVICE & PROFESSIONAL REGULATION

Issues and Concerns:
 Updated data profiling of all city & barangay employees
 Skills enhancement of all employees

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase qualified city and barangay personnel by at least 90 %
 To increase 20% of employees for technical skills enhancement and improve the performance of their task for year 2012

Strategies:
 Upgrading of skills and abilities of government employees

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Update of data bank information of all employees, as well as their functions to City
Government
2. Conduct trainings/seminars/workshop for the benefits of employees
3. Computerization of service records, COE & other 201 file-related documents
4. Awarding/recognition on deserving/outstanding employees (Magalang na kawani, Model street sweeper, Model traffic enforcer and the like.
5. Reorganization in the City Government
6. Publication of Vacant Position


Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of civil service and professional regulation programs DEVELOPMENT PLANNING, POLICY FORMATION & STATISTICAL MANAGEMENT

Issues and Concerns:
 Presence of unregistered births in the city
 Updated data of the city government

Objectives and Targets:
 To decrease the number of unregistered birth by 10% in 2014
 To provide accurate and sufficient data by 2012
 To have 100% complete and updated data bank by the 4th qtr of 2013

Strategies:
 Delivery of civil registration services to all constituents
 Update all data concerning the city

Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Mobile Registration; Bisita Barangay
2. Community Based Monitoring System
3. Conduct of regular monitoring/ research on recent data to various agencies and/or offices
4. Feasibility Study on additional multi- storey niches
5. Coordinate with the Barangay Officials
6. Establishment of New Cemetery with Crematorium
7. Cemetery Improvement
8. Updating of City Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP)
9. Updating and maintenance of Malabon City Government website

Proposed Legislation
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of development planning, policy formation and statistical management programs LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

Issues and Concerns:
 Tracking of legislative documents
 Legal assistance to all Malabon constituents
 Miscommunication among judiciary offices

Objectives and Targets:
 To implement the “Legislative Paperless System”
 To monitor the implementation of ordinances concerning different sectors
 To ensure that all clients seeking legal assistance are accommodated
 To have 100% City owned properties titled by the end of 2012
 To establish a communication system between the legal and the judiciary

Strategies:
 Set-up of a system that would fast track city ordinances and other legislative documents
 Secure copy of City Government’s land/ property titles
 Establish good relationship with other agency especially judiciary for smooth flow of transactions Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Computerization of records of the Sanggunian Panglunsod
2. Creation of a backstopping Committee (for monitoring)
3. “Legislative Paperless System”
4. Conduct inventory of City Government’s land / property
5. Conduct inter-agencies seminars, trainings and workshops
6. Develop plans and strategies on programs projects related to legal services

Proposed Legislation:
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of legislative services program FINANCIAL & FISCAL MANAGEMENT

Issues and Concerns:
 IRA dependency of the city
 Liquidation of some cash advances
 Updating of real properties in the city

Objectives and Targets:
 To increase tax collections by 10% in 2014
 To update all data on real property assessment by the year 2013
 To have a 100% tax mapped properties within the city
 To have 100% liquidation at every end of the year.

Strategies:
 Enhancement of revenue collection
 Update of real properties within the city
 Re-orientation of disbursing officer of the liquidation process and deadlines
 Budget Execution. Preparation, Review, Authorization and Accountability Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Tax Amnesty Program
2. Revenue Enhancement Program
3. Public Auction (RPT)
4. “Oplan Lessor” - updating of records & assessment roll change of ownership, segregation, consolidation & new assessments, cancellation, duplication, and machineries no longer in operation
5. Conduct orientation on liquidation process (including deadlines) on disbursing officers
6. Implementation of Local Revenue Amendments
7. Income and Revenue Generation and Monitoring Program
8. System Procedures Upgrading Program
9. Tax collection enhancement and Efficiency Program

Proposed Legislation
 City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of financial and fiscal management programs
ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT

Issues and Concerns:
Computerization System of the City Government
Participation of every barangay in all the celebration, events and the like of the city.

Objectives and Targets:

To have a fully operational computerized system by 1st half of 2012
To attain 100% attendance of barangay personnel and concerned city employees on all the seminars and trainings

Strategies:
System familiarization and upgrading
Strengthen the linkage between the barangays and the city government
Inculcate to barangay officials and city government employees the importance of trainings, seminars and workshops Programs/ Projects/ Activities:
1. Installation of various LGU and barangay applications
2. Conduct orientation against absenteeism
3. Acquisition of office equipments, furniture and fixtures of various departments
4. Procurement of service vehicles of different departments
1. Creation of City ordinance that prohibits absences all trainings and seminars
2. Preparation of Central Records Management Operation manual
3. Introduction and Adoption of Document Scanning system
4. Improvement of existing record management system for current and non-current records
5. Warehousing Facilities Enhancement Project
6. Bar coding and Inventory control management system project
7. Equipment Repair and maintenance enhancement program
8. “Tanggal Sagabal” program
9. Completion of Computerization System
10. Maintenance of existing hardware and software
11. Procurement of I.T. equipment
12. Training of personnel on hardware and software
13. Conduct of special activities

Proposed Legislation:
City Ordinances and/or resolution in support of organizational management programs Road Network & Bridges
In the year 2011, the City Engineering Department had upgraded and repaired an approximately 4,656 linear meters of roads, with an estimated total cost of Php 47,729,119.00. Infrastructure Development Sector Infrastructure Development Sector On the other hand, the national government through the Department of Public Works and Highways-Malabon-Navotas District Engineering Office (DPWH-MNDEO) expended a total of P120,385,000.00 in the year 2011 to improve and rehabilitate various roads within Malabon Infrastructure Development Sector Flood Control and Drainage
Still the primary concern of the Local Administration, the Flood Control Program of the City of Malabon is focused on the completion of the remaining works of KAMANAVA MEGA FLOOD CONTROL AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, which is spearheaded by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Technical experts led by Arch. Angel Lazaro, Engr. Edilberto Torres, Fr. Ric Torrefiel and concerned citizens who are members of the City of Malabon Advisory Council on Flood Control, created under Executive Order No. 08-06-26-011, continuously formulate policies and programs to address the issues on flood occurrences in the City. Regular meetings were conducted by the Technical Committee to monitor the completion of KAMANAVA Project. Various flood control projects and activities were conducted by the City Government to support the national projects as well. Covers the construction, repair and improvement of social services buildings, grounds, facilities, and properties.
For the year 2011, the City Government of Malabon through the City Engineering Department expended an approximately P32,137,886.30 on various social support infrastructures, while the DPWH-MNDEO expended P35,150,500.00 Social Support Infrastructure The General Services Department in the performance of its mandate provided the following services to the local government:

Central Records Management Development – handled a total of 21,545 documents or communications, 78% of which were classified as outgoing documents. The archiving system was further improved to facilitate retrieval of needed non-current communications. Government Buildings & Public Facilities Properties and Supplies Management – A routine physical inventory of government-owned equipment and properties was conducted to ensure accountability and proper maintenance. Working hand in hand with the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), the General Services Department-Properties and Supplies Management Division (GSD-PSMD) ensured that all orders for purchases by the City Government awarded by the BAC were properly delivered and released to the end-users. From January to December 2011, the GSD attended to a total of 111 repairs and maintenance of equipment. Building and Grounds Management – Repair and maintenance of the government-owned buildings and facilities were also handled by the General Services Department. On April 2011, the GSD had repainted the exterior wall of Oreta Sports Center which amounted to P961,256.80.- Repainting of exterior wall of Oreta Sports Center (April-May) amounting to P961,256.80 Activities directed to control environmental threats, management of natural resources, ecological handling of wastes and environmental management. Environment and Natural Resources Development Sector Road Network & Bridges
In the year 2011, the City Engineering Department had upgraded and repaired an approximately 4,656 linear meters of roads, with an estimated total cost of Php 47,729,119.00. Infrastructure Development Sector Infrastructure Development Sector On the other hand, the national government through the Department of Public Works and Highways-Malabon-Navotas District Engineering Office (DPWH-MNDEO) expended a total of P120,385,000.00 in the year 2011 to improve and rehabilitate various roads within Malabon Infrastructure Development Sector Flood Control and Drainage
Still the primary concern of the Local Administration, the Flood Control Program of the City of Malabon is focused on the completion of the remaining works of KAMANAVA MEGA FLOOD CONTROL AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, which is spearheaded by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Technical experts led by Arch. Angel Lazaro, Engr. Edilberto Torres, Fr. Ric Torrefiel and concerned citizens who are members of the City of Malabon Advisory Council on Flood Control, created under Executive Order No. 08-06-26-011, continuously formulate policies and programs to address the issues on flood occurrences in the City. Regular meetings were conducted by the Technical Committee to monitor the completion of KAMANAVA Project. Various flood control projects and activities were conducted by the City Government to support the national projects as well. The unexpected flooding incidents in the northern part of Malabon when typhoon Pedring hits the country in September 2011 caused the immediate construction of two additional pumping stations (Panghulo P/S & Santulan P/S) by the city government. These infrastructures helped minimize flooding in the affected areas. Proper maintenance of the existing flood control facilities is continuously being done by the City Engineering Department. Covers the construction, repair and improvement of social services buildings, grounds, facilities, and properties.
For the year 2011, the City Government of Malabon through the City Engineering Department expended an approximately P32,137,886.30 on various social support infrastructures, while the DPWH-MNDEO expended P35,150,500.00 Social Support Infrastructure The General Services Department in the performance of its mandate provided the following services to the local government:

Central Records Management Development – handled a total of 21,545 documents or communications, 78% of which were classified as outgoing documents. The archiving system was further improved to facilitate retrieval of needed non-current communications. Government Buildings & Public Facilities Properties and Supplies Management – A routine physical inventory of government-owned equipment and properties was conducted to ensure accountability and proper maintenance. Working hand in hand with the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), the General Services Department-Properties and Supplies Management Division (GSD-PSMD) ensured that all orders for purchases by the City Government awarded by the BAC were properly delivered and released to the end-users. From January to December 2011, the GSD attended to a total of 111 repairs and maintenance of equipment. Building and Grounds Management – Repair and maintenance of the government-owned buildings and facilities were also handled by the General Services Department. On April 2011, the GSD had repainted the exterior wall of Oreta Sports Center which amounted to P961,256.80.- Repainting of exterior wall of Oreta Sports Center (April-May) amounting to P961,256.80 Activities directed to control environmental threats, management of natural resources, ecological handling of wastes and environmental management. Environment and Natural Resources Development Sector The Green Malabon Campaign, a
city-wide environmental campaign
promoting environmental protection and
management enjoins various sectors including the academe, youth, senior citizens, religious groups, barangays, private and other non-government organizations to participate in various environmental programs/projects initiated by the city government. Executive Order No. 11-06-23-016 Series of 2011 “Institutionalizing Measures for the Citywide Implementation of the Green Malabon Campaign” issued on June 23, 2011 designated the City Vice Mayor as the chairman of the Project Development and Monitoring Committee for the Green Malabon Campaign. E-Day or Environmental Consciousness Day which is being observed every Friday. It encourages Malabon residents to participate in the conduct of eco-friendly projects in households, classrooms, business establishments and work place like recycling, waste segregation, minimizing the use of motorized vehicles, conservation of water and electricity, among others.
Grand Linis Day, a synchronized cleaning operation in 21 barangays launched in September 9, 2011, participated by Malabon City officials, dept. heads/heads of offices and city hall employees.
Waste Management Enhancement Training, conducted for 4 Saturdays of September 2011 in 21 barangays which focuses on proper waste handling and management.
Plant a Billion Trees, a joint project of DepEd-Malabon and the city government launched in August 19, 2011, the project directly supports the National Greening Program (NGP) and the City’s Green Malabon Campaign. A total of 477 trees were initially planted. Projects implemented as part of Green Malabon Campaign: The City Environmental Sanitation Office (CESO) is responsible in providing integrated and sustainable implementation of effective waste management. From January to December 2011, total waste generation (est.) is 275,352.35 cubic meters (11.24% decrease from year 2010 or 34,882.93 cubic meters).
Of the total generated garbage, 247,896 cubic meters were collected by private haulers, with an average of 90.03% collection efficiency. Of the total collected garbage, 19.12% or 47,388.69 cubic meters were recovered (plastic bottles, tin cans, paper, others) which gives a 19.12% diversion rate. The remaining 70.78% or 175,450 cubic meters were disposed at Navotas Sanitary Landfill through the Leonel Waste Management Corporation. Waste Management Street sweepers and sanitary enforcers are designated to ensure cleanliness of streets, sidewalks and main thoroughfares. To help increase the community’s awareness on proper waste management, environmental signboards on 42 dumping points within Malabon were installed, informing the public on the proper time of waste disposal. Various private and public schools were inspected by CESO personnel to ensure that they strictly practice waste segregation in their respective schools.
Lecture-Forum on Solid Waste Management Program dubbed as Pamahalaan at Eskwela Kontra Basura (PEKOBA) were also conducted in various public elementary and secondary schools.
As of December 2011, a total of 18 schools (14 public and 4 private) established their own materials recovery facility (MRF).

In support of the project of the Department of Education, the Brigada Eskwela 2011 was implemented. It is a massive clean-up and greening of all public schools done before the opening of classes and participated by the local government, barangays, school sector and non-government organizations.

Another environmental project is the Malabon Ko, Love Ko! It is an off-shoot of Metro Ko, Love Ko!, an anti-littering campaign or environment consciousness advocacy by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Metro Manila
Mayors Spouses Foundation, Inc. (MMMSFI).
National/City officials, barangays, NGOs, school, youth,
religious and transport sectors attended the launching
of Malabon Ko, Love Ko! on July 7, 2011. Another priority of the city government with regards to environment is the rehabilitation of the now closed Catmon dumpsite. Various initiatives were coordinated by the Catmon Dumpsite Rehabilitation TWG to speed up the rehabilitation process of the said dumpsite; like
(1) Coordination meetings between lot owners, the city government and other agencies were held to discuss the rehabilitation plan for the said dumpsite,
(2) Conduct of Georesistivity Survey by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) on October 8, 2011, and
(3) Conduct of Waste Characterization Survey by technical experts from the University of the Philippines, course of Engineering on November 18, 2011. “Padyak Pilipinas, Padyak Malabon” (Payak at dalisay na buhay alay sa kalikasan..), an environmental program introduced by Malabon son, Fr. Robert Reyes (a.k.a. the running priest) was supported by the local government. It promotes the use of bicycles and walking, instead of using motorized vehicles that emit smoke which increases air pollution. It was launched in May 20, 2011 through the conduct of “Carless Day”, a bike parade with participants from the different sectors. Air Quality The city government through the Office of the City Mayor introduced a project called Bike Patrol. 200 units of bicycles were given to various offices for use in their daily monitoring or inspections Distribution of 200 bicycles. Malabon City also participated in the national government’s campaign for cleaner air by joining the signing of Memorandum of Agreement on Anti-Smoke Belching among the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Environmental Management Bureau (DENR-EMB) and Metro Manila LGUs held in December 9, 2011. Various projects and activities were conducted to comply with the Supreme Court mandamus, such as:
Regular clean up of esteros, creeks, rivers and waterways
Census of informal settlers living along riverbanks
Inspection of private homes whether they have hygienic septic tanks
Preparation and submission of a five-year plan to ensure that commercial establishments, factories and homes along riverbanks and shorelines comply with the law as to wastewater treatment facilities and/or septic tanks
Preparation and submission of a five-year plan for the permanent removal of illegal structures, constructions and encroachments in esteros, riverways and waterways
Conduct of One-Day-One-Bay in November 16, 2011
Conduct/attendance to various meetings with regards to the rehabilitation of Manila Bay Water Resources The following programs, projects and activities were performed under this support services for the year 2011:
Plant Production and Developmental support to the Food Security/Sufficiency Program of the National Government, the LGU of Malabon conducted Community/Backyard Gardening Project (Gulayan Pangkabuhayan), Vegetable Seeds/Seedlings Distribution and Urban Gardening which benefited a total of 1,937 vegetable gardeners/interested Malabon residents; (273 during regular distribution; 1,664 during People’s Day Celebration in 21 barangays).
Technical Assistance and Advisory Services. To maximize agricultural production and increase the income of agriculture related sectors, technical assistance and advisory services on plants, livestock/animal and fisheries were extended to a total of 244 residents. Agricultural Support Services Fisheries Production and Development - 40 applicants were assisted for their registration/issuance of certificates under the “Registration of Fishing Vessels Three (3) Gross Tonnage and Below”, as mandated by Executive Order No. 305. This is to insure the legalities/securities/protection given to the fishing vehicles, owners and operators. In coordination with the Department of Agriculture – Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), fish production and income of the informal sector were continuously monitored to determine the livelihood support that can be extended to fishermen.
Skills Enhancement/Development -The city government through the CESO and in coordination with barangays, school sector, NGOs and POs continue to provide trainings and livelihood support to Malabon residents. 347 women benefited to the training on food processing technology, food cooking demo, product improvement and urban agriculture. The maintenance of public parks within Malabon is being handled by the City Environment and Sanitation Office. It enhances the scenery and supports the greening program of the City. Parks, Wildlife and Other Reservations
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