The Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Recovery Program (RRP) was formulated based on Republic Act No. 10121 or the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010, as well as, the We Recover As One report of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases – Technical Working Group for Anticipatory and Forward Planning (IATF – TWG for AFP) led by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). As mandated in the RA 10121, NEDA Regional Office IX, as Vice-Chair for Rehabilitation and Recovery of the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC), coordinated the preparation of the RRP to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Zamboanga Peninsula. The RRP addresses the impact of COVID-19 on economic, social, infrastructure, environment and governance sectors. The proposed interventions cover the period 2020-2022. Download the RRP here. You may also get a copy of the abridged version of the ZamPen RRP here.
The mid-term assessment and updating of the Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Development Plan 2017-2022 reviewed the sectoral performances on the intermediate goals, outcomes, strategies, and targets, as well as, the priority programs and projects during the first two years of the plan implementation. Likewise, the regional development, gaps, key challenges and opportunities were determined; and correspondingly revised and updated the RDP strategies and targets to achieve the goals and objectives by the end of the plan period. All these development initiatives are also aimed toward attaining the region’s vision of becoming the “Center of Sustainable Agri-Fishery Industries of the Philippines,” and the Ambisyon Natin 2040.
The Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Spatial Development Framework (ZamPen RSDF), 2016-2045, aims to provide a long-term development direction for the region. It serves as a guide to policy makers and investors in bringing about efficient settlement and service delivery systems, consistent with sustainable use of land and other natural resources, and disaster risk reduction and management. It is anchored on the main strategies of the National Spatial Strategy (NSS), namely, concentration, connectivity and vulnerability reduction, and consistent with Mindanao Spatial Strategy/Development Framework (MSS/DF). download here
The Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Development Plan (ZamPen RDP) 2017-2022, as the companion document of the Philippine Development Plan, is geared toward the attainment of the the long term vision 2040 or AmBisyon Natin 2040, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s 0+10 point Socio-Economic Agenda, and the goals of the Regional Spatial Development Framework 2016-2045 to ensure coherent, sustainable and focused strategies for national and regional development. ZamPen RDP outlines the development direction the region shall undertake within the medium-term towards its vision to become the “Center of Sustainable Agri-Fishery Industries of the Philippines.”
As updated, ZamPen RDP 2014-2016 includes an assessment of the first three years of plan implementation and defines the strategies on how to overcome the challenges; and, specifies the goals, objectives, and the priority interventions that are directed towards the attainmentof a higher and more sustainable growth. download here
The Results Matrix (RM) is the companion annexure of the RDP. It includes the expected outcomes, priority strategies and activities, responsible agencies and measurable output targets for the next six years as committed by the RLAs. download here
The RDP is an articulation of the desired direction for the Zamboanga Peninsula, taking into account the current developments in the national and local scenes. It puts forward the development agenda for the region for the coming five years as shared and voiced out by the various sectors of the region’s society in a series of consultations sponsored by the RDC IX. download here
Source: Regional Development Council IX Secretariat