Pursuing inclusive growth for all Cordillerans...
This official website of the RDC of the Cordillera Administrative CAR aims to serve Cordillera stakeholders through the provision of critical information relevant to coordination and management of regional and local development. It also serves to inform stakeholders and the general public on RDC's renewed pursuit of regional autonomy.
RDC adopts the CAR Roadmap for Social Preparation
"By the year 2015, 80 percent of the Cordillerans shall have been made aware of the regional autonomy issue and at the very least about 60 percent of them will support the Organic Act in the next plebiscite."
This is the goal set by the CAR RDC for itself, as indicated in the RDC CAR Social Preparation (SPCAR) Roadmap which was adopted during the RDC Special Meeting held on April 11, 2013 here in Baguio City.
New CAR RDC vision, mission, goals highlight the region's pursuit of autonomy
By Emelie Daquipil
The Cordillera Regional Development Council approved during its April 12, 2013 Special Meeting its vision, mission and goal (VMG).
The new vision sees the region’s highest policy-making body as the “premier catalyst for achieving autonomy and advancing equitable and sustainable physic-socio-cultural and economic development for improved choices and quality of life for the people of the Cordilleras.”
CAR leaders push for regional issues in national plan
By Michael Umaming
Baguio City: CAR has renewed the pursuit of regional autonomy in 1997, yet it is not even mentioned in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). We are the watershed cradle of North Luzon but what do we get out of it?
These were some of the concerns raised by Dr. Virgilio Bautista, co-chairman of the RDC, during the CAR PDP Midterm Review at the Supreme Hotel last April 22, 2013. The concerns were addressed to representatives of the NEDA Central Office (CO) who facilitated the review.
NEDA-CAR releases Regional Economic Situationer report
By Audrey Beverlee M. Gorio
For 2012, despite the national economy exceeding its target with a 6.6 percent growth, the region is projected to record a lower but positive economic growth.
This is according to the 2012 Regional Economic Situationer (RES), a performance report of the regional economy based on leading economic indicators which NEDA recently released.
P1.212 billion tourism roads for CAR
By Michael Umaming
Baguio City: A report by the Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) showed that a total cost of P1.212 billion tourism roads had been allotted from the General Appropriations Act (GAA) for Cordillera Administrative Region. This amount translates to 19 projects, 6 of which were funded from the 2012 GAA with a total cost of P197 million while 13 were funded from the 2013 GAA with a total cost of P1.015 billion.