Development Plans


Philippine Development Plan 2016-2022

PDP-Book1The Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022 is the first medium-term development plan to be anchored on the national long-term vision – AmBisyon Natin 2040.








Bicol Regional Development Plan 2017-2022











Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016

phil-development-plan-2011-20161 cover The Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016 adopts a framework of inclusive growth, which is high growth that is sustained, generates mass employment, and reduces poverty. With good governance and anticorruption as the overarching theme of each and every intervention, the Plan translates into specific goals, objectives, strategies, programs and projects all the things that we want to accomplish in the medium term.

Through the plan, we intend to pursue rapid and sustainable economic growth and development, improve the quality of life of the Filipino, empower the poor and marginalized and enhance our social cohesion as a nation. Our strategic development policy framework thus focuses on improving transparency and accountability in governance, strengthening the macroeconomy, boosting the competitiveness of our industries, facilitating infrastructure development, strengthening the financial sector and capital mobilization, improving access to quality social services, enhancing peace and security for development, and ensuring ecological integrity. The Philippine Development Plan will serve as guide in formulating policies and implementing development programs for the next six years. It enables us to work systematically to give the Filipino people a better chance of finally finding their way out of poverty, inequality, and the poor state of human development.



Philippine Development Plan Results Matrices 2011-2016

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In crafting of the PDP 2011-2016, NEDA has coordinated the formulation of the Results Matrices (RMs) which integrate results-orientation vis-à-vis the various strategies, programs and projects outlined in the plan. The RMs will facilitate the tracking of gains achieved and serve as a tool to monitor and evaluate the progress of the plan.

The RMs consist of an indicator framework for evaluating results corresponding to the strategies, programs, projects identified in the chapters of the plan as well as objective trees that illustrate the means-ends relationships between the strategic framework of the plan with its development objectives.



Medium Term Philippine Development Plan 2004-2010



The formulation of the Medium Term Philippine Development Plan, particularly in the crafting of the basic outline, ensures that the policy strategies and programs are more focused. Solutions and interventions to the country’s problems to be more strategic.

Through this Plan, we are guided in all undertakings needed to strengthen and sustain a strong and responsive republic. The targets have been set and all agencies of government are expected to make sure these are attained.





Bicol Regional Development Plan

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The Bicol Regional Development Plan (2011-2016) is the guide to attain our vision of making Bicol the most livable region in the country. It supports the attainment of the nation’s Millennium Development Goals and the President’s social contract with the people. The plan pursues four major development goals: provide for basic needs, ensure economic growth, improve infrastructure, and sustain development. The provision of basic services (education, health, nutrition, housing, and social welfare) shall be prioritized to help the poor and vulnerable groups. The expansion of Bicol’s primary economic growth drivers (agriculture and fishery, mining and quarrying, manufacturing, trade and tourism) shall provide jobs and increase family incomes. The improvement of infrastructure facilities and utilities shall increase the productivity and competitiveness of the region. All of these undertakings shall be sustained through good governance, peace and security measures, land use management, improving productivity in the public and private sectors, adapting to disaster risks and climate change, and people participation.




Bicol Regional Physical Framework Plan

rpfp_coverThe Regional Physical Framework Plan (RPFP) for Bicol is a 30-year (2000-2030) development plan designed to show the desired direction and intensity of the region’s growth. It embodies a set of policies and graphic translations of the desired spatial arrangement of land-using activities in the region. Its major function, in general, is to guide decisions on resource use specially land resource base. Specifically, the RPFP aims to: (1) effect a rational distribution of the regional population; (2) ensure access by the population to economic opportunity and social services; (3) guide public and private investments to achieve optimum and sustained use of natural and man-made resources; (4) safeguard and protect the integrity of the physical environment. The RPFP seeks to promote a balance between regional economic development and sustainable natural resources utilization and conservation. Once operational, it will guide the formulation of the next Medium Term Bicol Regional Development Plan. In summary, the goals will be translated into their physical or spatial dimensions. It would shape future development by guiding, directing and controlling development.

Bicol Regional Development Agenda

RDA cover.The Regional Development Agenda was prepared to serve as the initial roadmap for the development of the Bicol region in the next ten years. It was prepared by NEDA Region 5 based on the current situation of the region, the past performance of the region, and the emerging development trends in the entire country and the world. The technical analysis of the major development concerns was guided by the vision of making Bicol the most livable region in the Philippines.

The challenges in making Bicol Region the most livable region in the country will be met by strengthening its human resources, improving its infrastructure facilities, promoting its global competitiveness, ensuring its economic growth, providing basic services to the people, promoting good governance in the public and private sectors, and managing disaster risks. This document shall form part of the national strategic long term plan. It will also be a starting point in the formulation of the successor Medium-Term Regional Development Plan.




Albay-Masbate-Sorsogon (ALMASOR) Area Development Plan

almasor_coverThe ALMASOR TDA is the first of the 77 TDAs with an area development plan, the ALMASOR ADP 2015-2020. The ALMASOR ADP aims to put Bicol in the global tourism market. It shall provide the overall framework to guide the development of the sector in the area by allowing the local governments in the alliance and the national government to address with confidence the challenges in the next six years and building the capabilities needed for sustainable inclusive tourism growth. Thus, this plan addresses the primary concerns of connectivity and access, tourism product development, and governance that are crucial to sustainable tourism growth and development.Specifically, the plan aims to: (a) set the vision and future direction of tourism development in Albay, Masbate and Sorsogon; (b) guide the various stakeholders on the key areas for tourism development, related tourism facilities and services, and support infrastructure; and (c) specify the roles and responsibilities of key players, institutional arrangements, and resource requirements.

Luzon Spatial Development Framework (LSDF) 2015-2045 Executive Summary  

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Luzon Spatial Development Framework (LSDF) 2015-2045


The Luzon Spatial Development Framework (LSDF) 2015-2045 is a long-term development blueprint covering the eight regions of Luzon, namely: Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), Ilocos (Region I), Cagayan Valley (Region II), Central Luzon (Region III), the National Capital Region (NCR), CALABARZON (Region IVA), MIMAROPA (Region IVB), and the Bicol (Region V).  The LSDF hopes to achieve vigorous and sustainable growth for the component regions by directing and linking economic activities and capital build-up across the island despite regional peculiarities. It adopts the three core strategies of the National Spatial Strategy (NSS), namely: Concentration, Connectivity, and Vulnerability Reduction.