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C W A 2013 - 2016 8 - PT PROGRAM 78 COMPONENTS OLDNEWTOTAL A G Y U T A M U 393675 SPECIAL CONCERN 3 IMPLEMENTED BY 34 OPRs.

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1 C W A PT PROGRAM 78 COMPONENTS OLDNEWTOTAL A G Y U T A M U SPECIAL CONCERN 3 IMPLEMENTED BY 34 OPRs

2 8-POINT PROGRAM78 COMPONENTS A A BOT-KAYANG EDUKASYON, ABOT-KAYANG PANGARAP 14 G G AWAING TAMA AT MARANGAL, IBALIK ANG TIWALA NG TAONGBAYAN 7 Y Y UMAYABONG NA KALIKASAN, MALINIS NA KAPALIGIRAN, SUSI SA KAUNLARAN 7 U U MUUNLAD NA EKONOMIYA ANG SAGOT SA KAHIRAPAN 9 T T APAT AT MABILIS NA SERBISYO, PAMAHALAANG MAY KALINGA SA KAPWA-TAO 8 A A KMA AT PATAS NA PATAKARAN SA MGA DEKALIDAD NA PAMILIHANG BAYAN 9 M M APAYAPA AT MAAYOS NA PAMAYANAN PAMANA SA ATING MGA KABATAAN 7 U U NAHIN ANG MGA BARANGAY, SA PAG-UNLAD SILA ANG KAAGAPAY 14 SPECIAL CONCERN A NGKOP AT MAUNLAD NA PROGRAMA PARA SA IBA’T IBANG SEKTOR NG KOMUNIDAD 3 IMPLEMENTED BY 34 OPRs

3 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1.Work for a fully operational City College of Angeles (CCA), with the complete roll out -- all 9 major courses and 7 associate courses offered as per Ordinance No. 304, Series of 2012, including the introduction of postgraduate programs. CCAMO 2.Increase the number of CCA "Iskolar Ning Balen" by 500% from the current Implement no tuition hikes at CCA for the next 3 years 4. Shuttle service for all CCA students and employees 5.Introduce Culinary Arts as a CCA niche course and prime the City College as the region's leading institute for Kapampangan culinary arts education 6. Institutionalize Kapampangan Studies in the CCA course offering and push for the inclusion of Kapampangan Studies in the curriculum of the City's colleges and universities.

4 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 7. Increase the budget for the city's scholarship program for deserving indigent students PESOMO 8. Empower the local school board from a mere budgeting body into a more proactive agency for educational reform by expanding its voting membership to include a community advisory council composed of representatives from the business, religious, alumni associations, and NGOs, thereby ensuring a truly relevant and responsive local education plan with strong citizen participation and transparency at work CCMO DEP ED 9. Sustain assistance in the continuing need to build more classrooms in the preschool, elementary, and high school levels CEOMO

5 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 10. Upgrade the Angeles City Public Library complete with computerized cataloguing, a children's toy corner equipped with kid-friendly computers, a city-run in-house bookstore and coffee shop of its own; ACLIC MO ICTD 11. Strengthen the City government’s support to the revived Angeles City Council for Culture and the Arts. ACTO MO LCCA 12. Organize the Angeles City Endowment for the Arts as an independent grants-giving agency to offer public funding and support for deserving local artists and Angeles-based projects exhibiting artistic excellence LCCA ACTO MO

6 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 13. Establish an Angeles City Cultural Center (Angeles City's little CCP) that shall serve as a hub for arts, culture, and community in the city; as a venue for local, national, and international exhibits, performances, and events; and as a cultural mall for the commerce, exchange, and promotion of Angeles homegrown talents and products LCCA ACTO MO 14. Formulate a multi-approach program that will lessen, and at the maximum lead to the City’s vision of zero out of school youth (focus on barangay-based programs that will encourage youth participation) CSWDOCC

7 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Carry out a continuing government productivity campaign aimed at bringing out the full potential of the various departments and offices of the entire city government and based on the four main thrusts of good governance: providing sufficient services (participation); getting optimum outputs with minimum expenditure (accountability); producing quality results as planned (predictability); and making services accessible and acceptable (transparency) CPDO OSM HRMO QMS COS 2. Strengthen public accountability and citizen participation through the Angeles City Multi-Sectoral Consultative Council by instituting a clear and comprehensive feedback system that shall serve as a control-point mechanism to ensure zero corruption in government and as a platform to enable constituents to voice their sentiments, suggestions, and concerns ACMCC

8 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 3. Continue the annual "Ulat Sa Angeleños" requiring the executive and legislative branches of the city to give full and detailed reports on the state of the city's affairs, including a clear and definite presentation on the utilization of the city's annual executive budget; CIOBAPAC 4. Facilitate the development of the local government's Geographic Information System (GIS) to further improve the quality of the city's automated business permitting and real property tax collection systems; CPDO ICTD BPLD QMS

9 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 5. Upgrade the city's official website into a fully-functioning "i-Govern" web portal that shall technologically enable Angeleños to simply go online for their business license, birth certificate, or even when they want to bid for government procurements ICTD LCR BPLD GSO QMS 6. Sustain and ensure funding for the "Gawad City Hall" rewards program for honest and hardworking city government employees who exemplify genuine public service HRMOMO 7. Implement an annual "Youth in Government Internship Program" to enhance greater involvement of the youth in government affairs by engaging the city's top youth leaders to compete for select slots that would put them in executive and legislative positions, as well as in the nongovernment sector PESOMO

10 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Full implementation and enforcement of strict compliance to the Solid Waste Management Ordinance (C.O. 314, S-2012) CENROBAPAC 2. Enforce the establishment of a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) for each of the City’s 33 barangays, as required under Republic Act No and ensure that all established MRFs operate as intended CENRO LIGA BAPAC 3. Bring Sapang Balen back to life: Sustain and improve the "Lingap King Balen, Malinis A Sapang Balen" drive and institute measures to maintain and sustain the creek's cleanliness; charge all barangay officials within the path of the creek to take turns in leading the city's regular cleanup drives, requiring their physical presence and participation along with their respective army of volunteers CENRO BAPAC LIGA

11 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 4. Increase the last three years' accomplishment (211,519 trees planted) to achieve the target of Task Force 1-Million Trees in and around Angeles City to promote environmental regeneration by encouraging the participation of various groups to actively join the campaign ; CENRO -TF1M BAPAC 5. Formulate the city's Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan, and Climate Change Adaptation Plan that shall disseminate, and build on local and international good practices in addressing climate change issues ACDRRMO CENRO BAPAC

12 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 6. Speed up the modernization of the city's disaster response capabilities through the institutionalization of an early warning system and emergency hotline, acquisition of rescue vehicles for quick response teams, and proper training for disaster response personnel ACDRRMO MO LIGA BAPAC 7. Pass a law requiring the annual conduct of a citywide synchronized earthquake drill CCACDRRMO

13 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Hold a Multi-Sectoral Summit to draft the Angeles City's Medium and Long Term Development Program, outlining major economic, infrastructure, education, and social development programs, with strong focus on visible inclusive growth CPDO ACMCC MO CEO 2. Strengthen ties with Clark locators and investors and closely coordinate with the Clark Development Corporation in the continuing lobby for the job prioritization of Angeleños inside Clark: Push for the speedy approval and full implementation of the PESO- CILA Memorandum of Agreement, assuring Angeles City of at least 30 percent employment share of Clark's total working population PESOACMCC 3. Support the call to fast track the full development of Clark International Airport as an alternate gateway MO CC CIO

14 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 4. Sustain assistance to local farmers through the introduction of high value crops, alternative farming methods, access to agricultural loans, and entrepreneurial skills development programs CAOACCDO 5. Allocate a minimum of P30 million for land banking and implementation of low-cost socialized housing programs for homeless Angeleños LUPAHOMO 6. Boost revenue generation and tax collection to sustain the city's various developmental programs through more efficient strategies (like taxpayers awareness) CTOCIO 7. Promote "Barangayanihan" by linking communities with opportunities: help build better livelihood on the grassroots level by assisting in the development of barangay-based enterprises through targeted capability building, micro-financing, smart market matching and facilitation, and marketing support BAPAC ACCDO BDPC

15 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 8. Prime and position Angeles City as a world- class food destination: Reconstitute the Angeles official brand to better reflect our core inherent strength as a city with a longstanding reputation for good food---acclaimed for being home to the country's best cooking traditions and honored for its distinct Kapampangan culinary attractions; leverage the rebranding of Angeles City accordingly ACTOCIO 9. Continue the staging of one major tourism event every month to boost tourist arrivals ACTOCIO

16 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1.Upgrade of the Ospital Ning Angeles to tertiary hospital level characterized by quality management, improved medical services, sufficient medical supplies, and adequate expert staffing and hospital equipment, including the acquisition of CT Scan machines; continue to work out plans to fully reorient and transform the institution towards our vision of ONA as a truly people-centered, service-oriented quality public health care provider with a strong preferential option for the city's poorest of the poor ONA MO CHO CEO 2. Establish the City’s own Coronary and Cancer Treatment Center complete with the necessary equipment and facilities, and manned by qualified personnel and medical staff 3. Establish a Trauma Center complete with the necessary equipment and facilities and manned by qualified personnel and medical staff

17 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 7. Maintain the mandatory allocation of one (1) percent of the city's annual Internal Revenue Allocation from the national government for senior citizens programs and sustain the commemoration of Senior Citizens Month every October OSCAMO 8. Advance the transformation of Angeles into a "Gender-Sensitive and Gender-Responsive City" through the full implementation of the Gender and Development Code of Angeles City; continuous conduct of "Gender Sensitivity Training" for city, barangay, and public school officials; sustained implementation of the "Most Gender-Responsive Barangay Awards Project" GADBAPAC

18 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 4. Improve the services of the city's public dialysis center, as a way to supplement its operation ONA MO CHO CEO 5. Establish the city's 24-hour Animal Bite Center; pass an ordinance on responsible pet ownership to better safeguard and keep our neighborhoods free of stray pet s ONA CC CHO CVO 6. Sustain and improve the services of MEDIKALINGA as an effective annex to complement the services of the Ospital Ning Angeles, bringing basic health care and medical services closer to the people with free medicines and checkups, including free minor operations to fellow Angeleños who cannot afford it CHO MO ONA

19 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Enhance the image and project each of the city's two public markets as a clean and safe place to buy affordable local produce and other basic commodities PM SNM CIO CA 2. Improve the quality of the city's public market services through a sustained information dissemination campaign promoting environmentally-sound practices in market sanitation, stall maintenance, store merchandising, and in-house hygiene from a food safety perspective, especially in the handling of "wet goods" PM SNM CIO CENRO CHO-EHS 3. Conduct weekly "general cleaning" drives and regular market sanitation spot checks as often as necessary 4. Strictly enforce the already existing vendor/porter ID system PM SNM

20 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 5. Set up a "Timbangan Ning Balen" in all market sections and initiate the implementation of a market wide product price-tagging and labeling system PM SNM CA CEO 6. Install at a conspicuous place in the city's public markets a price monitoring display board to showcase current prevailing prices of market goods to help guide consumers and at the same time assist vendors with increased patronage, especially from the price-sensitive and budget- conscious buying public PM SNM CA CEO ICTD 7. Explore all viable options to facilitate the establishment of a central evisceration area and chicken dressing plant at Pampang either through the initiative of the public market association/ cooperative or via private-public partnership PM SNM CA CEO

21 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 8. Sustain the celebration of "Public Market Month" every May of the year to strengthen the institution, promote social organization, and cultivate unity, cooperation, and camaraderie within the public market sector PM SNM CA CEO CIO 9. Launch a citywide annual search ("Gawad Palengkero-Palengkera") for the cleanest and the greenest vendors for both the dry and the wet sections of the city's public markets with accompanying cash prizes plus rent incentives as a way to build motivation through positive competition

22 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Sustain continuous active support to the effective modernization of the Angeles City Police Office (ACPO) to better meet day-to-day law and order challenges and further strengthen the city's security infrastructure, now incorporating the strengthening of our barangay centers with crime monitoring integrated in the Barangay Operations Management Information System (BOMIS) MOICTD 2. Seek more funding and donations to enhance ACPO's crime- fighting capabilities and improve its arsenal of modern crime fighting tools---technology, forensics, mobility, communications, equipment, and armory MO 3. Professionalize the Lupong Tagapamayapa as an effective functionary of the city's justice system and streamline the operations of our barangay tanods not only for the maintenance of peace and order in the barangay level but moreso in the implementation and enforcement of ordinances directly affecting our communities (eg. anti-littering, anti- loitering, anti-squatting, alcohol and cigarette ban on minors, time restriction for the safety of minors, proper household waste segregation and disposal, etc.) BAPACMO

23 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 4. Intensify the Comprehensive Anti-Drug Abuse Campaign with sustained program-specific budgetary allocations for the prevention of the spread of drug abuse, rehabilitation of drug abuse victims, and apprehension of illegal drugs traffickers ACADAC 5. Accelerate the Angeles City "Urban Renewal Initiative" to rationalize and revitalize the landscape of Angeles City based on the principle of heritage preservation and neighborhood sustainability and characterized by the presence of any or all of the following elements: CPDO ACTO LCCA CEO

24 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR a. Introduce energy-efficient "green" street lighting CEO CENRO b. Introduce city street furniture system c. Well-preserved historic landmarks to kindle a strong sense of place; LCCAACTO d. Initiate the efforts on creating walkable zones to foster social connections and public interaction; such as the Sto. Rosario walk zone and development of the area's "Heritage District" CENRO LCCA CPDO CEO ACTO e. Well-defined sidewalks with amply shaded buffer zones to encourage pedestrian travel; ACTETMO CEO PTRO

25 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR f. Designated commuter loading and unloading zones; ACTETMO CEO PTRO g. Strategically located modern public transport terminals; PTRO ACTETMO MO CEO h. Where feasible, dedicated bike lanes or bike paths CEO ACTETMO MO 6. Strictly enforce the city's traffic code and explore all possible options for a future city public mass transit system PTROACTETMO

26 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1.Replicate and apply city best practices in good governance deep down to the level of the barangay BAPAC MO LIGA 2. Encourage all of the city's 33 barangays, within the first 100 days, to similarly come up with their own signed and publicly sworn "Contract With Barangay," outlining, in writing, specific projections, plans, and programs for their constituencies in the areas of economic livelihood, health care, education, environment, peace and order, and barangay disaster preparedness 3. Initiate an annual "Barangayani" awards to be given to the most-improved barangay with focus on barangay innovation and to celebrate creative "out-of-the-box" thinking and solutions in barangay empowerment and administration

27 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 4. Institutionalize an annual "Ulat Ning Barangay" (taking after the city's "Ulat Sa Angeleños") CIO BAPAC LIGA 5. Connect all 33 barangays to the city's Barangay Operations Management Information System (BOMIS, 7 barangays are currently connected) ICTD BAPAC LIGA 6. Institute a 24/7 "Serbilis Hotline" in each of the city's 33 barangays to improve the city's first response capability, especially in times of emergency ACDRRMO BAPAC /LIGA 7. Carry out the full transformation of the lowly barangay hall into the modern Barangay Complex, which shall serve as a "one-stop center" for the direct, efficient, and timely delivery of basic social and administrative services to barangay residents; fully furnish the Barangay Complex with the necessary equipment, computers, office supplies, and transportation vehicle to promote and ensure effective barangay administration LIGA MO BAPAC

28 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR Ensure that each barangay complex has the following fully equipped and fully functioning components: 8. Administrative Hall for the issuance of barangay permits, barangay clearance and community tax certificates, with the barangay's computerized systems directly connected to the City Hall mainframe; BAPAC MO LIGA 9. Legislative Hall for the Sangguniang Pambarangay with a dual purpose as Hearing Hall for the administration of Katarungang Pambarangay; 10. Information, Communication and Technology Center to provide free internet and other IT- related services to the people, especially families of OFWs; ICTDACLIC

29 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 11. Health Services Center with a strong primary care unit for the delivery of various social services such as anti-malnutrition programs, prevention of communicable diseases, responsible parenthood programs, etc., with special emphasis on quality reproductive health and maternal and child health services and counseling; CHO MO GAD 12. Free medicines and medical supplies; 13. Day Care Center for the benefit of young children and working mothers ; CSWDO 14. Eco-gardens and/or "green" playgrounds for sustainable kid-friendly recreation and community building; CENRO BAPAC CEO LIGA

30 SPECIAL CONCERN (1 Major Program, 3 Components)

31 COMPONENTSOPRSUPPORT OPR 1. Provide support to programs and projects implemented for the benefit of the IP, women, LGBT, and other sectors GAD LGBT MO 2. Establish a youth development department/center encompassing sports, education, skills, and other concerns related to the young Angeleños MO 3. Re-establish the youth shelter for purposes of rescue and rehabilitation to benefit children in conflict with the law and victims of child abuse GADCSWDO

32 1ACADAC Angeles City Anti-Drug Abuse Council 2ACCDO Angeles City Cooperative Development Office 3ACDRRMO Angeles City Disaster Risk Reduction And Management Office 4ACLIC Angeles City Library and Information Center 5ACMCC Angeles City Multisectoral and Consultative Council 6ACTETMO Angeles City Traffic Enforcement And Transport Management Office 7ACTOAngeles City Tourism Office 8BAPAC Barangay Affairs and Public Assistance Center 9CAOCity Agriculture Office 10CCCity Council of Angeles 11CCACity College of Angeles 12CENRO City Environment And Natural Resources Office 13CEOCity Engineering Office 14CHOCity Health Office 15CIOCity Information Office 16CPDO City Planning And Development Office 17CSWDO City Social Welfare And Development Office 18CTOCity Treasurer’s Office 19GADGender And Development Office 20HRMO Human Resources Management Office 21ICTD Information And Communication Technology Division 22LCCALocal Council for Culture and the Arts 23LGBT Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) Committee 24LIGA Liga ng mga Barangay sa Angeles City 25LUPAHO Local Urban Poor Affairs and Housing Office 26MOMayor’s Office 27ONAOspital Ning Angeles 28OSCAOffice Of Senior Citizen Affairs 29OSMOffice for Strategic Management 30PESOPublic Employment Service Office 31PMPampang Market 32PTRO Public Transportation And Regulatory Office 33TF-1MTask Force 1 Million Trees 34SNMSan Nicolas Market


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