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The StatDev 2014 is anchored on the PDP 2011-2016 and contains data for the year 2011 covering the nine PDP sectors. Available data for 2012 are also included for a few selected indicators.

 

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The latest data are compared with the PDP targets as reflected in the PDP 2011-2016 Results Matrices (PDP-RM) to determine the achievement of these targets, thus, providing indications on the performance of the sectors during the plan period based on the indicators and data availability. 

 

FDIThe Statistical Indicators on Philippine Development (StatDev) is an instrument formulated and maintained by the PSA to strengthen the planning system by providing the means by which economic progress and social change can be monitored and measured more effectively.

Specifically, the StatDev is a statistical indicator system to monitor the achievement of the economic and social development goals set forth in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). Thus, the StatDev framework is necessarily congruent with the current PDP and is revised each time a new plan is formulated. The StatDev replaced the former Economic and Social Indicators (ESI) publication of the former NSCB, starting with the StatDev 2004 released in July 2005.

The PDP sectoral chapters with their corresponding StatDev 2012 indicators by pace of performance are reflected in the summary table below.

Table 1. Summary of StatDev Indicators (with up to 2014 data)

Chapter/Sector Performance Total
Good Average Poor
Macroeconomy 6 0 3 9
Competitive Industry and Services Sector 6 3 1 10
Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sectors 12 12 11 35
Accelerating Infrastructure Development 15 10 14 39
Towards a Dynamic and Resilient Financial System 1 0 0 1
Good Governance and the Rule of Law 5 5 6 16
Social Development 7 1 5 13
Peace and Security 1 0 3 4
Conservation, Protection, and Rehabilitation of Environment and Natural Resources 10 1 13 24
Total 63 32 56 151
Increasing, decreasing, or no status 1/       24

Note: 1/ For ambiguous indicators and without targets, the pace of performance are classified as increasing, decreasing, or blank (no status) depending on their baseline and latest data.

 

Table 2. Summary of StatDev 2014 Indicators by Status and by Latest Data

Chapter/Sector Number of Indicators by Status Number of Indicators by Latest Data
Updated No Updates Pending Total 2011 2012 2013 2014 1st Quarter 2015
Macroeconomy 9 2 -   11 -   2 -   10 5
Competitive Industry and Services Sector 10 -   -   10 -   -   -   10 6
Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture
and Fisheries Sectors
34 4 -   38 -   1 2 35 -  
Accelerating Infrastructure Development 55 7 -   62 -   -   7 55 -  
Towards a Dynamic and Resilient Financial System 1 1 -   2 -   -   1 1 -  
Good Governance and the Rule of Law 17 11 -   28 -   1 11 16 -  
Social Development 14 6 10 30 1 2 13 14 4
Peace and Security 5 -   -   5 -   -   -   5 2
Conservation, Protection, and Rehabilitation
of Environment and Natural Resources
26 11 -   37 1 8 2 26            -  
Total 171 42 10 223 2 14 36 172 17

 

Table 3. List of Critical PDP-RM Indicators Excluded from the StatDev 2014

Chapter/Sector Indicator No Data Available
for 2011-2014
Qualitative Indicator Not Clear/ Issue with the data provided
Chapter/sector: Competitive Industry and Services Sector
Public and business satisfaction with public services    
Operationalization of the Philippine Business Registry (PBR)    
Level of consumer awareness and satisfaction of quality goods and services    
MSME gross value added    
Chapter/sector: Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector
Average income of families in the agriculture and fishery sector    
Average annual agri-production loss due to weather and climate-related disasters    
Net profit-cost ratio for banana    
Level of postharvest losses of rice, corn, fisheries, banana, mango, eggplant    
Borrowing incidence from formal sources among small farmers and fisherfolk    
Net profit-cost ratio for fisheries (net returns/total cost) - BANGUS (CAGE)    
Chapter/sector: Accelerating Infrastructure Development
Ratio of capacity to ridership for rail transport    
Philippine air traffic rights/entitlements    
Number of river basin organizations institutionalized proportional to the number of priority river basins    
Number of river basin master plans developed    
Gap between water demand and supply    
Percentage of regulated water service providers    
Proportion of the population which practice open defacation¬†    
Percentage of households covered by septage management systems    
Area vulnerable to flood    
Inundation duration for perenially flooded urban areas¬†    
Cellular Mobile Telephone System (CMTS) coverage as a percentage of barangays    
Average broadband speed, mbps (upload and download)    
Number of broadband subscriptions per 100 in habitants (fixed and mobile)    
Number of LGUs with broadband connection (municipalities and barangays)    
Percentage of households with broadband connection    
Percentage of SUCs with web presence (at least stage 4)    
Percentage of households provided with housing units    
Travel time in Metro Manila
(in minute/km)
   
Travel speed in Metro Manila
(in km/hr)
   
Number of waterless areas    
Percentage of population connected to the sewerage system    
Ratio of palay production to palay equivalent of rice requirement    
Number of lives lost as a percentage of¬† total population affected by flooding incidents  
Savings from electricity and fuel consumption reduction
(in kiloton oil equivalent, KTOE)
   
Cellular Mobile Telephone System (CMTS) coverage as a percentage of:      
Municipalities    
CMTS subscriptions per 100 inhabitants    
Percentage of public schools with broadband connection:    
High schools    
Elementary    
Classroom to pupil ratio in¬† the elementary level    
Classroom to student ratio in the secondary level    
Water and sanitation facility to pupil ratio¬† in the elementary level    
Water and sanitation facility to student ratio in the secondary level    
Chapter/sector: Good governance and the rule of law
Established and operationalized Integrity Infrastructure Development and Centralized Case Monitoring System    
Governance accountability, transparency, and efficiency in allocating public funds for development    
Constructive engagement between CSOs/other private groups and government thru mechanisms that promote transparency, accountability and public participation in the national government development processess    
Percentile rank in the Worldwide Governance Indicators¬†      
Control of corruption    
Rule of law    
Regulatory quality    
Government effectiveness    
Political stability    
Voice and accountability    
Philippine performance in the Millennium Challenge Corporation scoreboard for the Ruling Justly category      
Voice and accountability    
Philippine performance in the Millennium Challenge Corporation Investing¬† scoreboard for the People category      
Girl's primary education completion    
Regional ranking** in the World Justice Project Rule of Law Index¬†      
Factor 3: Clear, Publicized, and Stable Laws    
Chapter/sector: Social Development
Number of issued Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADTs)/Certificate of Ancestral Land Title (CALTs)    
Percentage of housing target met¬†    
Share of socialized housing to housing target met (in percent)    
Share of end-user financing to housing target met    
Comprehensive Land Use Plan target met (in percent)    
Number of coastal municipalities with delineated municipal waters    
Chapter/sector: Conservation, Protection, and Rehabilitation of Environment and Natural Resources
Percentage of terrestial, effectively and equitably managed thru NIPAS and other effective area-based conservation measures    
Percentage of¬† inland water and coastal and marine areas ieffectively and equitably managed thru NIPAS and other effective area-based conservation measures    
Total suspended particulate (TSP) level in other major urban centers      
Alaminos City    
Cabanatuan    
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Mandaue City-Baricuatro's Residences    
BOD level of other priority rivers that are already within the water quality criteria¬†      
Anayan River    
Malaguit River    
Paniqui River    
Capacity¬† of volume of waste authorized by MMDA to be disposed by LGUs at MMDA landfills¬†    
Number of abandoned mines rehabilitated    
TOTAL 47 6 19

 

 

1 Focal Persons

Ms. Luzviminda S. Mitra / Mr. Charles Van T. Miraflores
Social Development Statistics Division
Telephone no.: (+632) 376-2026
E-mail addresses: l.mitra@psa.gov.ph; c.miraflores@psa.gov.ph;

 

Updated: 24 July 2015

 

 


 

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