|Year||Internal Revenue Allotment||Outsource Fund/ Donation/ Trust Fund and Others||Annual Budget||Expenditure||Balance|
Hon. MONINA G. HAINTO
Committee: Committee on Womens & Children, Committee on Sports & Beautification
Passed Resolutions: 6
JOSE C. MAGLINAO
Committee: Committee on Infrastructure, Committee on Environment
Passed Resolutions: 2
Hon. RAFAEL G. GUIPE
Committee: Committee on Health
Passed Resolutions: 1
Hon. RAMON A. BUENAOBRA
Committee: Committee on Agriculture
Passed Resolutions: 1
” Barangay Binanuahan a top producer of fruits and vegetables in Juban, a participative constituents, LIVING IN A SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE environment with complete facilities LEAD BY just and responsive governance.’’
To promote good governance, deliver basic services, motivate constituent to be more productive to go beyond poverty and walk along together for prosperity.
Improvement of quality of basic education
Implement the No Collection Policy to promote affordable and accessible Pre-School, Grade School and Secondary School.
Encourage parents to invest in human capital through education
Provide assistance to talented and deserving students through scholarship program
To improve elementary and high school facilities
To ensure every child must finish basic education
An efficient, effective, affordable, quality and accessible integrated delivery system for public health programs to achieve better and equitable health outcomes;
Delivery of primary health care to all residents;
Promotion of practice of preventive medicines in the community;
SUBSECTOR: Social Welfare
• Promotion and protection of rights of all persons, especially the socially disadvantaged individuals, families and communities.
SUBSECTOR: Sports and Recreation
•Provision of sports & recreational facilities and children’s playground
•Conservation and development of parks and other areas for recreational purposes
•Introduction of innovative and implement meaningful sports and recreational activities for the constituency.
•Establishment of government ideal lots for socialized housing project
•Acquisition of privately owned lots identified for resettlement in urban areas
Provision of decent and affordable homes
Relocation of households vulnerable to flood and other hazards
SUBSECTOR: Protective Services
Maintain peace and order in the barangay
Enhance security of the constituents
Illumination of critical areas in the barangay
Produce safe and nutritious food
Adoption of farming technology system adaptable to climate change
Farmers/fisherfolks engaged in agri-business
Food sufficiency and security
Maximize the use of agricultural lands
Intensify agricultural production
Ensure market matching and linkaging
Encourage residents to venture in micro and small industries
Stabilize the economic support facilities
SUBSECTOR: Commerce and Industry
Create an opportunity for marginalized economic players to compete within the Metro Poblacion.
Increase income and employment
Growth of local micro and small enterprises
INFRASTRUCTURE AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
Provision of efficient and adequate road system for easy movement of people, services and goods.
Continuous upgrading of communication system in the municipality
•Provision and maintenance of adequate potable water supply for domestic, commercial and industrial use.
Provision of sufficient, accessible and affordable electric power services.
• Improve the waste disposal system in the barangay and promote and implement RA 9003 relative to cleanliness, orderliness, waste reduction and waste diversion.
• Improve drainage and sewerage system in the barangay
Slope protection or concreting of river banks along Cadacan river.
“BINANUAHAN - AN OLD TOWN”
To evade from the Moro marauders’ who raided the coastal towns of Bicol, the early setters settled in this area from Lungib, Casiguran. This group headed by Pedro Basilio from the first community of Juban.
Later, the place was established as an independent town from Casiguran. The Kapitan Del Barrio and Gobernadorcillo hold their office as administrator of the newly established town.
Later, the capital was transferred to the new site, now the North Poblacion, because of constant flood, inundations and fear of more piracy.
The place is one of the smallest barangay with an area of 216.125 hectares planted to coconuts, palay and vegetables. PAKWAN (watermelon) is the biggest cash crop.
The barangay is the birthplace of versatile and popular actor Eddie Garcia.
Patron Saint Date of Feast
Binanuahan San Isidro Labrador May 11-12
Sitio Tampi (Iraya) San Isidro Labrador May 17-18
Sitio Tampi (Ilawod) Dios Ama 1st Friday of May
Sitio Baliwhagan Nuestra Sra. De Salvacion May 23-24
Photos during the construction of pedestal of the street lights.
No images yet.