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LIST OF AWARDED CONTRACTS FOR NATIONAL GREENING PROGRAM (NGP) FOR DENR MASBATE

A. FMS SEEDLING PRODUCTION

Name of PO Location No. of Seedlings Amount
1. Aritana Greeners Association Matiporon, Milagros 75,500 Php 906,000.00
2. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Cabancalan, Maroroy 142,500 Php1,710,000.00
3. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Sta. Maria, Mapuyo, Mobo 44,500 Php 534,000.00
4. Brgy. Itombato Peoples's Organization San Vicente, Cawayan 400 Php 30,000.00
5. 8k Women's Organization Poblacion, Uson 2,800 Php 210,000.00
6. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Cawayan-Buenavista 9,800 Php 735,000.00
7. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Alas, Mandaon 88,800 Php 266,000.00
8. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Cantorna and Togoron, Monreal 100,000 Php 1,200,000.00
9. Samahang Mangingisda ng Tacdugan Cantorna and Togoron, Monreal 77,000 Php 924,000.00
10. Samahang Mangingisda ng Tacdugan Cantorna, Monreal, Masbate 13,500 Php 162,000.00

B. 2011 CONGRESSIONAL INSERTION-SOCIAL MOBILIZATION SITE PREPARATION AND PLANTING

Name of PO Location Area(Has.) Amount
1. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Mapina, Masbate City 95.0 Php 151,452.00
2. Canahig Irrigators Association Sambulawan, Mobo 150.0 Php 239,134.00
3. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO)
Canjonday, Baleno 107.0 Php 170,582.00
4. Aritana Greener's Association Bigaa, Palanas 108.0 Php 172,177.00
5. Aritana Greener's Association Maanaho, Palanas 192.0 Php 306,092.00
6. Aritana Greener's Association
Salvacion, Palanas 107.0 Php 170,582.00
7. Aritana Greener's Association
San Carlos, Palanas  107.0 Php 170,581.00
8. Daplian Multi-Purpose Association Inc. Danao, Batuan 27.0 Php 43,146.00
9. Daplian Multi-Purpose Association Inc.  Costa Rica, Batuan 64.0 Php 102,272.00
10. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Real and Maglambong, Monreal 61.0 Php 97,478.00
11. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Real, Monreal 152.0 Php 242,896.00
12. Bagon Pasig Multi-Purpose Association Canomay, Claveria 152.0 Php 242,896.00
13. Samahan ng Mangingisda ng Tacdugan Bartolabac, San Jacinto 203.0 Php 324,394.00
14. Samahang Magsasaka ng Mapainque Multi-Purpose Cooperative Bartolabac, San Jacinto 203.0 Php 324,394.00
15. Daplian Multi-Purpose Association Inc. Buenas Aires, San Fernando 203.0 Php 324,394.00

 C. PROTECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING PLANTATION (PMEP)

Name of PO Location Area(Has.) Amount
1. Aritana Greeners Association Cabangrayan, Pio V. Corpus 262.0 Php 786,000.00
2. Aritana Greeners Association Lampuyang, Pio V. Corpus 75.6 Php 226,800.00
3. Mariposa Multi-Purpose Cooperative Mariposa, Aroroy 50.0 Php 150,000.00
4. Aritana Greeners Association Tugbo, Masbate City 10.0 Php 30,000.00
5. Odlo Tree Planters Association Matiporon, Milagros 57.3 Php 171,900.00
6. Odlo Tree Planters Association Paraiso, Milagros 50.0 Php 150,000.00
7. Odlo Tree Planters Association Manangue, Milagros 8.0 Php 24,000.00
8. Odlo Tree Planters Association Ubod, Balud 28.8 Php 86,400.00
9. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Malubi, Aroroy 30.0 Php 90,000.00
10. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Malubi-Tinago, Aroroy 22.0 Php 66,000.00
11. Bagong Sirang Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BAMCO) Concepcion, Aroroy 68.5

Php 205,500.00

12. Aritana Greeners Association

Domorog-Quezon, Cataingan- Matalangtalang-Villa Innocencio, Placer

35.9 Php 107,700.00
13. Aritana Greeners Association Malintana-Mapina 19 Php 57,000.00

D. CY 2012 NGP SITE PREPARATION AND PLANTING

Name of PO Location Area(Has.) Amount
1. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Real and Cantorna, Monreal 100.0 Php 125,000.00
2. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Cantorna, Monreal 39.0 Php 48,750.00
3. United Fisherfolks of Famosa Cantorna and Togoron, Monreal 200.0 Php 250,000.00
4. Samahang Mangingisda ng Tacdugan Cantorna and Togoron, Monreal 154.0 Php 192,500.00
5. Samahang Mangingisda ng Tacdugan Cantorna, Monreal 27.0 Php 33,750.00

E. MANGROVE REFORESTATION

A. PROPAGULES PRODUCTION
Name of PO Location No. of Propagules Produced Amount
1. Daplian Small Fisherfolks Association Daplian, San Fernando, Masbate 128,876 Php 386,828.00
B. SITE PREPARATION
Name of PO Location Area(Has.) Amount
1. Daplian Small Fisherfolks Association Daplian, San Fernando, Masbate 29.0 Php 36,250.00

 

LIST OF AWARDED WATERSHED AND MANGROVE REHABILITATION/REFORESTATION CONTRACTS UNDER ICRMP

DENR MASBATE-ICRMP UNIT

CY 2009

No Name of Project Location Area (ha) Amount Contractor Date of Award
1 Watershed Reforestation Brgy. Mabuhay, Mobo, Masbate 100.00 2,250,000.00 8K Womens Association                              December 17, 2009
2 Watershed Rehabilitation Brgy. Igang, Masbate City 50.00 800,000.00 MCFC Igang Reform Benfeciaries Multi Purpose Cooperative, Inc.                          December 17, 2009
3 Mangrove Reforestation Brgy. Fabrica, Mobo, Masbate 10.00 225,000.00 8K Womens Association  December 17, 2009
4 Mangrove Reforestation Brgy. Pawa, Masbate City 20.00         450,000.00 Pawa Women Mangrove Guardians Association                                                   December 17, 2009
5 Mangrove Reforestation Brgy. Calasuche & Jamorawon, Milagros, Masbate 30.00 675,000.00 Calasuche Multi-Purpose Cooperative         December 17, 2009
6 Mangrove Rehabilitation Brgy. Togoron, Monreal, Masbate 50.00 800,000.00 Sitio Buho Farmers Association December 17, 2009
7 Mangrove Reforestation Brgys. Balete, Imelda and Nonoc, Claveria, Masbate 40.00 900,000.00 Daplian Multi-Purpose Association December 17, 2009
  TOTAL 300.00    6,100,000.00  

 

LIST OF AWARDED WATERSHED AND MANGROVE REHABILITATION/REFORESTATION CONTRACTS UNDER ICRMP

DENR MASBATE-ICRMP UNIT

CY 2010

No Name of Project Location Area (ha) Amount Contractor Date of Award
1 Watershed Rehabilitation Tugbo-Mobo Watershed Forest Reserve 100.00 2,000,000.00 Canahig Irrigator's Association, Inc.       December 30, 2010
2 Mangrove Reforestation Bara & Sawmill, Milagros, Masbate 20.00 500,000.00 Bara Fisherfolks Association, Inc. December 30, 2010
3 Mangrove Reforestation Dayhagan, Aroroy, Masbate 39.90 997,500.00 Secret Garden Upland and Coastal Farmer's Association, Inc. December 30, 2010
4 Mangrove Rehabilitation Cadulan, Dimasalang, Masbate 14.00 280,000.00 Samahan ng Mangingisda sa Cadulan                         December 30, 2010
5 Mangrove Rehabilitation Taboc, Tubod & Manlot-od, Placer, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00 Kooperatiba ng Bantay Kalikasan           December 30, 2010
6 Mangrove Rehabilitation San Rafael, Busing, Iniwaran, Pinamasingan and Terraplin, San Pascual 50.00 1,000,000.00 Bantay San Rafael sa Kalikasan December 16, 2010
7 Mangrove Rehabilitation Ki-Buaya, San Jose, Malaking-Ilog, Boca-chica & Bolod, San Pascual, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00 Samahang Magsasaka at Mangingisda ng Sitio Cefereno December 16, 2010
8 Mangrove Rehabilitation Quintina, Halabangbaybay, Cueva and Laurente, San Pascual, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00 Nagkaisang Samahan ng Quintina December 16, 2010
9 Mangrove Rehabilitation Ki- Romero, Mabini, Mabuhay, San Pascual, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00 Cabugao Farmers Multi-Purpose Association December 16, 2010
10 Watershed Reforestation Canomay and Buyo, Claveria, Masbate 100.00 3,000,000.00 Daplian Multi-Purpose Association December 16, 2010
11 Mangrove Rehabilitation Brgy. Pasig, Claveria, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00 Bangon Pasig Multi-Purpose Cooperative December 17, 2010
12 Watershed Reforestation Brgy. Togoron, Monreal, Masbate 20.00 500,000.00 Sitio Buho Farmers Association December 22, 2010
Total 593.90

 13,277,500.00

 

LIST OF AWARDED WATERSHED AND MANGROVE REHABILITATION/REFORESTATION CONTRACTS UNDER ICRMP

DENR MASBATE-ICRMP 

CY 2011

No Name of Project Location Area (ha) Amount Contractor Date of Award
1 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Mataba & Balawing, Aroroy, Masbate

30.00 600,000.00

Masbate Bulawan Farmers Association

December 5, 2011
2 Mangrove Rehabilitation Balawing, Aroroy, Masbate 30.00 600,000.00

Masbate Bulawan Farmers Association

December 5, 2011
3 Mangrove Rehabilitation Balawing, Aroroy, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00

Masbate Bulawan Farmers Association

December 5, 2011
4 Mangrove Rehabilitation Matalangtalang, Aroroy, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00

Samahan ng Mangingisda sa Matalangtalang (SAMA-SAMA)

December 5, 2011
5 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Don Pablo dela Rosa, Aroroy, Masbate

10.00 200,000.00 Don Pablo Fisherfolk Association December 5, 2011
6 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Puro and Amoroy, Aroroy, Masbate

80.00 1,600,000.00 Puro Fisherfolk Organization December 5, 2011
7 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Dayhagan & Amutag, Aroroy, Masbate

50.00 1,000,000.00

Secret Garden Upland and Coastal Farmer's Association, Inc.

December 5, 2011
8 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Brgy. Magdalena, Madangcalan and Ubongan Diot, Baleno, Masbate

50.00 1,000,000.00

Marginalized Advocates for Environmental Protection, Inc.

December 5, 2011
9 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Brgy. Tagboan, Cataingan, Masbate

25.00 500,000.00

Samahan ng Barangay sa Tagboan

December 5, 2011
10 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Madamba and Mintac, Cataingan, Masbate

50.00 1,000,000.00

Madamba Fisherfolk and Farmers Association

December 5, 2011
11 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Naro and Talisay, Cawayan, Masbate

40.00 800,000.00 Naro Fishermen's Association December 5, 2011
12 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Itombato, Pin-as and Dalipe, Cawayan, Masbate

100.00 2,000,000.00

Brgy. Itombato People's Organization

December 5, 2011
13 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Pob, 1 & 2, & Fabrica, Mobo, Masbate

34.00 680,000.00 Canahig Irrigator's Association, Inc. December 5, 2011
14 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Concepcion, Cataingan, Masbate

50.00 1,000,000.00

Concepcion Masbate Fisherfolk Association 

December 5, 2011
15 Mangrove Rehabilitation Brgy. Pawa, Masbate City 20.00 400,000.00

Pawa Women Mangrove Guardians Association

December 5, 2011
16 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Brgys. Tigbao, Hamorawon, Capaculan and Cayabon, Milagros, Masbate

56.00 1,120,000.00

Calasuche Multi-Purpose Cooperative

December 5, 2011
17 Mangrove Reforestation Matalangtalang, Aroroy, Masbate 20.00 425,000.00

Samahan ng Mangingisda sa Matalangtalang (SAMA-SAMA)

December 5, 2011
18 Mangrove Reforestation Concepcion, Cataingan, Masbate 50.00 450,000.00

Concepcion Masbate Fisherfolk Association

December 5, 2011
19 Mangrove Reforestation Dayhagan, Aroroy, Masbate 35.00 475,000.00

Secret Garden Upland and Coastal Farmer's Association, Inc.

December 5, 2011
20 Mangrove Reforestation Sto. Cristo, Uson, Masbate 57.00 500,000.00 Sto Cristo Fisherfolk Association December 5, 2011
21 Watershed Rehabilitation Sawmill, Mobo, Masbate 67.00 525,000.00

Mila's Garden Plant and Nursery, Co.

December 5, 2011
22 Watershed Rehabilitation Baang, Mobo, Masbate 158.00 550,000.00

Canahig Irrigator's Association, Inc.

December 5, 2011
23 Watershed Rehabilitation Gangao, Baleno, Masbate 117.00 575,000.00

Gangao Small Farmer's Association

December 5, 2011
24 Watershed Reforestation Mabuhay, Mobo, Masbate 200.00 720,000.00 8K Women's Association December 5, 2011
25 Watershed Reforestation Sawmill, Mobo, Masbate 100.00 750,000.00

Mila's Garden Plant and Nursery, Co.

December 5, 2011
26 Watershed Reforestation Bangad, Milagros, Masbate 100.00 780,000.00

Secret Garden Upland and Coastal Farmer's Association, Inc.

December 5, 2011
27 Watershed Reforestation Bangad, Milagros, Masbate 91.00 810,000.00

Secret Garden Upland and Coastal Farmer's Association, Inc.

December 5, 2011
28 Mangrove Rehabilitation Laurente, San Pascual, Masbate 70.00 1,400,000.00

Mamamayang Mangingisda ng Sitio Ki-Romero

October 10, 2011
29 Mangrove Rehabilitation Mabuhay, San Pascual, Masbate 60.00 1,200,000.00

Unified Fishing Multi-Purpose Association

October 10, 2011
30 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Nonoc, Imelda, Pob. I & II, San Ramon, Claveria

70.00 1,400,000.00

Mabulo Kilapad Maputat Fisherfolks

October 10, 2011
31 Mangrove Rehabilitation Quintina, San Pascual, Masbate 50.00 1,000,000.00

Nagkaisang Samahan ng Quintina

October 10, 2011
32 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Washington and Dorong-an, San Jacinto

10.00 200,000.00

Washington Fisherfolks Alliance Inc.

October 10, 2011
33 Mangrove Rehabilitation Burgos, San Jacinto, Masbate 10.00 200,000.00

Burgos United Fisherfolks Association, Inc.

October 10, 2011
34 Mangrove Rehabilitation

So Tacdugan, Bagahanglad, San Jacinto, Masbate

30.00 600,000.00

Samahang Mangingisda ng Tacdugan

October 10, 2011
35 Mangrove Rehabilitation Pob. II and Brugos, San Jacinto 5.00 100,000.00 Rawis Fisherfolks Association October 10, 2011
36 Mangrove Rehabilitation Mac Arthur, Monreal, Masbate 30.00 600,000.00

Mac Arthur Dalakit Pandan Fisherfolks Asso.

October 10, 2011
37 Watershed Reforestation Rizal and Cantorna, Monreal 100.00 3,000,000.00 United Fisherfolks of Famosa October 10, 2011
38 Mangrove Rehabilitation Sto. Nino, Monreal, Masbate 10.00 200,000.00 Sto. Nino People's Organization October 10, 2011
39 Watershed Reforestation Canomay, Claveria, Masbate 100.00 3,000,000.00 Daplian Multi-Purpose Association October 10, 2011
40 Watershed Rehabilitation Togoron, Monreal 50.00 1,250,000.00 Sitio Boho Farmers Association October 10, 2011
41 Watershed Rehabilitation Luna and San Isidro, Claveria 50.00 1,250,000.00 Daplian Multi-Purpose Association October 10, 2011
42 Watershed Rehabilitation

Canares, Nasandig and Panisijan, Batuan, Masbate

25.00 625,000.00

Samahang Mangingisda sa Panisihan

October 10, 2011
43 Mangrove Rehabilitation Balete, Claveria, Masbate 60.00 1,200,000.00 Balete Fishermen Association October 10, 2011
44 Watershed Rehabilitation Rizal and Cantorna, Monreal 50.00 1,250,000.00 Daplian Multi-Purpose Association October 10, 2011
45 Watershed Rehabilitation Togoron, Monreal 50.00 1,250,000.00 Sitio Boho Farmers Association October 10, 2011
46 Watershed Reforestation Rizal and Cantorna, Monreal 50.00 1,250,000.00 United Fisherfolks of Famosa October 10, 2011
47 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Brgy. Famosa, Monreal, Masbate

5.00 100,000.00 United Fisherfolks of Famosa October 10, 2011
Total 2,605.00

 42,135,000.00

 

  

LIST OF AWARDED WATERSHED AND MANGROVE REHABILITATION/REFORESTATION CONTRACTS UNDER ICRMP

DENR MASBATE-ICRMP 

CY 2012

No Name of Project Location Area (ha) Amount Contractor Date of Award
1 Watershed Reforestation

San Jose & Madao, Uson, Masbate

59.00

826,000.00

Mila's Garden Plant and Nursery, Co.  

June 4, 2012
2 Watershed Rehabilitation

San Jose & Madao, Uson, Masbate

150.00 1,500,000.00

Mila's Garden Plant and Nursery, Co.  

June 4, 2012
3 Mangrove Rehabilitation Famosa, Monreal, Masbate 18.00 180,000.00 United Fisherfolks of Famosa June 4, 2012
4 Mangrove Rehabilitation Mac Arthur, Monreal, Masbate 20.00 200,000.00 United Fisherfolks of Famosa June 4, 2012
5 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Quintina and Halangbaybay, San Pascual

75.00 750,000.00

Samahang Magsasaka ng Mapanique

June 4, 2012
6 Mangrove Rehabilitation Quintina, San Pascual, Masbate 46.00 460,000.00

Mabulo Kilapad Maputat Fisherfolk Org.

June 4, 2012
7 Mangrove Rehabilitation

Bagahanglad, San Jacinto, Masbate

69.00 828,800.00

Mabulo Kilapad Maputat Fisherfolk Org.

June 4, 2012
8 Mangrove Rehabilitation Pasig & Calpi, Claveria 100.00 1,000,000000 Bangon Pasig Multi-Purpose Coop. June 4, 2012
  TOTAL 209.00    2,326,000.00  

 

 SUMMARY OF CONTRACT UNDER ICRMP

DENR CENRO MOBO ICRMP UNIT

Year Type Area
2009 Watershed Reforestation 100.00
2009 Watershed Rehabilitation 50.00
2009 Mangrove Reforestation 60.00
  Subtotal 210.00
2010 Watershed Reforestation 100.00
2010 Mangrove Reforestation 59.90
2010 Mangrove Rehabilitation 64.00
  Subtotal 223.90
2011 Watershed Reforestation 491.00
2011 Watershed Rehabilitation 342.00
2011 Mangrove Rehabilitation 725.00
2011 Mangrove Reforestation 162.00
  Subtotal 1720.00
2012 Watershed Reforestation 59.00
2012 Watershed Rehabilitation 150.00
  Subtotal 209.00
  TOTAL 2362.90

 

Additional NGP Awarded Contracts CY 2012 Under ERDS and CSO-PO Targets 

NGP Projects procured thru Alternative Mode 

 

News


 

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has assured the public that it is doing its best to tackle air pollution and solid waste problems, consistent with President Rodrigo Duterte's "pro-environment and pro-people" agenda.

 

DENR Undersecretary for Policy, Planning and International Affairs Jonas Leones said that while the department had already put in place clear policies to address those two major environmental issues, a more concrete and decisive measures can be expected under the leadership of Secretary Roy A. Cimatu.

 

Soon after he was appointed by President Duterte to the DENR last May, Cimatu, a former Armed Forces chief, promised that full and strict implementation of laws on clean air, clean water and solid waste management will be on top of his priorities.

 

Prior to Cimatu's appointment, Leones noted that the DENR already finished installing several air quality monitoring stations, which are capable of measuring air pollutants, all over the country.

 

"The DENR's Environmental Management Bureau is now equipped with air monitoring equipment and a laboratory capable of detecting and analyzing toxic gas emissions, such as dioxins and furans," Leones said.

 

Dioxins and furans are environmental pollutants that have highly toxic potential.  Dioxins are largely by products of industrial processes and are tagged as unwanted by-products of manufacturing processes usually involving combustion. 

 

Solid and hospital wastes are often worst sources of dioxin released to the environment due to their incomplete burning.

 

At the same time, Leones said the DENR has been actively implementing its waste to energy (WTE) policy.

 

In fact, he said the National Solid Waste Management Commission (NSWMC) issued last year the guidelines governing the establishment and operation of WTE technologies for municipal solid wastes, as contained in NSWMC Resolution No. 669.

 

The guidelines stipulate compliance with Presidential Decree No. 1586 or the Environmental Impact Statement System Law; Republic Act No. 8749 or the Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999; RA 9275 or the Clean Water Act; RA 6969 or the Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Act; and RA 9003 or the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000.

 

"Given the provisions of these laws, we can expect that all bases are covered in terms of solid waste management," Leones said.

 

To enable the country comply with global emissions standards, Leones said the DENR undertakes a technical cooperation project with the Japanese government on the use of advanced WTE technologies, through thermal processes that eliminate incinerators. The cities of Quezon, Cebu and Davao have been chosen as pilot sites for the project.

 

According to Leones, the DENR has also taken strides in going after local government units (LGUs), which are remiss in their duty to enforce RA 9003.

 

"We have already filed with the Office of the Ombudsman cases against 50 LGUs and evaluated 100 others for their failure to implement RA 9003," he said.

 

RA 9003 specifically mandates all, especially the local government units (LGUs), to adopt a systematic, comprehensive and ecological solid waste management program that would ensure the protection of public health and environment.

It directs LGUs to utilize environmentally sound methods; set targets and guidelines for solid waste avoidance and reduction; and ensure proper segregation, collection, transport and storage of solid waste; among others. 

Leones also mentioned the firm stand taken by the DENR on the return of Canada's waste shipments, which were rotting in Manila's ports.

This led the Manila regional trial court to order the return what remains of the 50 container vans of mixed garbage from Canada at the cost of the importer. Canada eventually agreed to accept the waste. 

As an offshoot of the Canadian waste issue, the DENR, the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Bureau of Customs have agreed to intensify collaboration and improve regulations against imported waste to prevent a repeat of the incident. ###

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