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RDC adopts 5–year Cordillera Regional Development Plan
by Press release

The Cordillera Regional Development Council adopted the Cordillera Regional Development Plan (RDP) 2017- 2022 along with the Regional Development Investment Program (RDIP).

The RDP, which was adopted during the RDC-CAR second quarter meeting last month in Bontoc, Mountain Province, is in consonance with the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022, the Ambisyon Natin 2040, the commitments to meet the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, and President Duterte’s Socio-Economic Agenda.

The RDP is anchored on three pillars – malasakit, pagbabago, and patuloy na pag-unlad – as  it aims to enhance the social fabric, reduce inequality, and increase potential growth within Cordillera.

This will be the first plan to be implemented out of the four medium-term plans to be crafted and implemented until 2040.

NEDA Regional Director Milagros A. Rimando said the RDC Secretariat and NEDA-CAR conducted a series of provincial and regional consultations with its partners from regional line agencies including government-owned and controlled corporations, local government units, and private sector representatives to ensure that regional issues and concerns are considered in the identification and formulation of strategies, policies, and programs of the Cordillera RDP 2017-20122.

All chapters of the plan were also subjected to review. Endorsement by the six committees of the RDC from February to March were adopted by the RDC Executive Committee in March.


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