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Davao De Oro

Davao de Oro formerly known as Compostela Valley or its short form COMVAL is a province in the Philippines located in the Davao Region in Mindanao. The province used to be part of Davao del Norte until it was made independent in 1998.

The province was known as Compostela Valley from its inception until December 2019, after voters in a plebiscite ratified the law which changed the name of the province to its current name.

There are 11 municipalities comprising the province, which are grouped into two (2) legislative districts. District 1 is composed of Compostela, Maragusan, Monkayo, Montevista, and New Bataan. District 2 includes Laak, Mabini, Maco, Mawab, Nabunturan, and Pantukan. The province has also 237 total barangays. Nabunturan is the capital town of the province where the provincial capital is located.

The agriculture sector has a significant share in the provincial economy as it has utilized 30.15 percent or 140,691.0 hectares (ha) of the total land area for the various agricultural crops, fisheries and livestock. The land area planted with major crops in the province with its corresponding annual production and average yield per hectare.

While the inventory of major poultry & livestock in the province of Davao De Oro. As of January 1, 2020, the total hog inventory in Davao Region stood at 941,256 heads. It slightly declines by 0.14 percent from the previous year’s level of 942,547 heads.

The commodities from aquaculture are milkfish, tilapia, catfish, and siganid. Fishermen use brackishwater fishponds, freshwater fishcages, freshwater fish ponds, and marine fishcages.

The commodities from capture fisheries are bali sardinella (tamban), Indian mackerel (alumahan), big-eyed scad (matangbaka), anchovies (dilis), roundscad (galunggong), and fimbriated sardines (tunsoy).

 

Source: PSA 2019.

The estimate poverty incidence among families of Davao de Oro in 2018 was at 18.6% with the annual per capita poverty threshold and annual per capita food threshold at Php 25,867.

In terms of the poverty situation in Davao de Oro, the municipality of Laak (San Vicente) has the highest poverty incidence while the municipality of Nabunturan has the lowest poverty rate.

Agricultural Sector

For 2018 and 2019, a total of 9,099 individuals have benefited to SAAD program equivalent to 0.67% of the province’s total population (based on 2015 PSA data). A total of 5,824 or 0.70% of the population of District I obtained interventions from the program while 3,276 or 0.65% of its population received various projects from District II. Montevista has the largest share of SAAD intervention equivalent to 3.03% of its total population followed by Laak with 2.55% and New Bataan with 2.03%.

The municipality of Compostela has an allocation of Php 4,223,700.00 for native chicken production, upgraded goat production, upland rice production and OPV white corn production for 870 beneficiaries of barangays Ngan and Panansalan.

2018

MONKAYO
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION AWAO 300 1,208,888
CASOON 300 1,178,925
SAN JOSE 300 1,208,888
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION AWAO 35 403,200
CASOON 35 403,200
SAN JOSE 35 403,200
SALVACION 35 403,200
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION AWAO 42 167,370
CASOON 42 167,370
SAN JOSE 42 167,370
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION AWAO 50 143,050
CASOON 50 143,050
SAN JOSE 50 143,050
TOTAL 1,316 6,140,760
LAAK
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION LS SARMIENTO 100 440,925
SAN ANTONIO 300 1,232,888
KIDAWA 400 1,613,888
KIDAWA-TALLE (special brgy) 100 381,000
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION LS SARMIENTO 35 403,200
SAN ANTONIO 35 403,200
KIDAWA 35 403,200
KIBAGUIO 17 195,840
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION LS SARMIENTO 30 119,550
SAN ANTONIO 42 167,370
KIDAWA 42 167,370
KIBAGUIO 12 47,820
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION LS SARMIENTO 35 100,135
SAN ANTONIO 50 143,050
KIDAWA 50 143,050
KIBAGUIO 15 42,915
TOTAL 1,298 6,005,400
MAWAB
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION MALINAWON
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION MALINAWON 35 403,200.00
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION MALINAWON 42 167,370.00
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION MALINAWON 50 143,050.00
TOTAL 127 713,620.00
MONTEVISTA
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION PROSPERIDAD
CAMANSI
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION PROSPERIDAD 36 420,480
CAMANSI 35 403,200
NEW DALAGUETE 18 207,360
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION PROSPERIDAD 42 167,370
CAMANSI 42 167,370
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION PROSPERIDAD 50 143,050
CAMANSI 50 143,050
TOTAL 184 1,651,880
NABUNTURAN
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 36 420,480.00
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 42 167,370.00
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 50 143,050.00
TOTAL 128 730,900.00

2019

COMPOSTELA
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION NGAN 350 1,205,325
PANANSALAN 250 829,875
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION NGAN 35 619,500
PANANSALAN 35 619,500
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION NGAN 50 276,625
PANANSALAN 50 276,625
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION NGAN 50 198,125
PANANSALAN 50 198,125
TOTAL 870 4,223,700
MARAGUSAN
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 280 929,460
MAHAYAHAY 150 497,925
PARASANON 120 398,340
SARANGA 50 165,975
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 35 619,500
MAHAYAHAY 35 619,500
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 50 198,125
MAHAYAHAY 50 198,125
TOTAL 770 3,626,950
NEW BATAAN
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION ANDAP 300 1,065,450
CABINUANGAN 300 1,300,350
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION ANDAP 35 619,500
CABINUANGAN 35 619,500
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION ANDAP 150 829,875
CABINUANGAN 50 276,625
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION ANDAP 50 198,125
CABINUANGAN 50 198,125
TOTAL 970 5,107,550
MACO
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION CALABCAB 215 713,693
PANANGAN 215 713,693
MAGANGIT 170 564,315
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION CALABCAB 35 619,500
PANANGAN 35 619,500
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION CALABCAB 50 276,625
PANANGAN 50 276,625
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION CALABCAB 50 198,125
PANANGAN 50 198,125
TOTAL 870 4,180,200
PANTUKAN
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION ARAIBO 200 663,900
TAGUGPO 200 663,900
NAPNAPAN 200 663,900
UPGRADED GOAT PRODUCTION KINGKING 35 619,500
TIBAGON 35 619,500
OPV WHITE CORN PRODUCTION ARAIBO 40 158,500
TAGUGPO 20 79,250
NAPNAPAN 20 79,250
KINGKING 20 79,250
TOTAL 770 3,626,950
LAAK
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION KIBAGUIO 80 330,400
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION BUHI 25 138,313
TOTAL 105 468,713
MONKAYO
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION SALVACION 100 413,000
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION BUHI 25 138,313
TOTAL 125 551,313
MONTEVISTA
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION NEW DALAGUETE 100 326,000
PROSPERIDAD 300 978,000
CAMANSI 300 978,000
UPLAND RICE PRODUCTION NEW DALAGUETE 50 276,625
TOTAL 750 2,558,625
MAWAB
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 200 652,000
TOTAL 200 652,000
NABUNTURAN
Project Title Barangay Farmers Association Number of Beneficiaries Amount
(Php)
NATIVE CHICKEN PRODUCTION KATIPUNAN 200 652,000
TOTAL 200 652,000

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
Republic of the Philippines

William D. Dar, Ph. D.
Secretary, Department of Agriculture

Myer G. Mula, Ph. D.
Program Director

                  

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