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2011 Local Expenditure Program
2010 Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow
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CPre-Trial Balance General Fund as of December 2010 2010 Trust Fund [PDAF] Utilization 20 Percent Component of IRA Utilization as of December 2010
Report of Budget Allocation Utilization for Children -GAD (GF CY 2011)
SEF Fund Utilization as of March 2011 2010 Statement of Debt Service 2011 Items to Bid
Bidding Results as of March 2011
Bidding Results as of March 2011
Bidding Results as of June 2011
Bidding Results as of August 2011
Abstract of Bids as Calculated as of March 2011
Abstract of Bids as Calculated as of June 2011
Annual Investment Program 2011
Budget Allocation for Children and Utilization (GAD) as of March 31, 2011
Statement of Income and Expenditure by fund As of December 31, 2011
Statement of Changes in Government Equity as of November 30, 2011
2011 Quartely Statement of Cash Flow (TF) as of December
Preliminary Trial Balance (SEF) for the period ended December 31, 2011
Balance Sheet by fund (SEF) as of Dec.31, 2011
Statement of Changes in Government Equity (SEF) as of Dec.31, 2011
Balance sheet(2) by fund as of December 31, 2011
Statement of Cash Flow by fund as of Dec. 31, 2011
Budget Message 2012
Bidding Result - February 1, 2012
Final Trial Balance (GF) period ended December 31, 2011
Prelimenary Reports of Revenue and Receipts-December 31, 2011
2012 Annual Procurement Plan
2012 REVENUE CODE
Programmed Appropriation and Obligation (PDAF CY 2012)
Report of SEF Utilization (1st Qtr.)
Abstract of bids as Calculated March 5, 2012
Statement of Cash Flows (GF) March 31, 2012
Bidding Results April 2, 2012
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read April 2, 2012
Bidding Result April 12, 2012
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Status of Appropriations as of May 31, 2012
Status of Appropriations-20% Gen Fund as of May 31, 2012
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Status of Appropriation (1st & 2nd Qtrs.-20% IRA)
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Trial Balance-Trust Fund as of July 31, 2012
Statement of Cash Flow by Fund (TF) as of July 31, 2012
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Statement of Changes in Government in Equity (GF) as of July 31, 2012
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Statement of Cash flow by fund (GF) as of July 31, 2012
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Statement of Changes in Government Equity (SEF) as of July 31, 2012
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Bidding Result - July 31, 2012
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read - July 31, 2012
Trial Balance-Trust Fund as of September 30, 2012
Balance Sheet by fund As of September 30, 2012
Statement of Cash flow by Fund (TF) 3rd Qtr. ended September 30, 2012
Statement of Changes in Government Equity (TF) as of September 30, 2012
Trial Balance (SEF) as of September 30, 2012
Statement of Changes in Government Equity (SEF) as of September 30, 2012
Balance Sheet by fund (SEF) as of September 30, 2012
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Statement of Cash Flow by Fund (SEF) 3rd Qtr. ended September 30, 2012
Trial Balance-General Fund as of September 30, 2012
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Balance Sheet by fund as of September 30, 2012
Statement of Cash Flow by fund (GF) as of September 30, 2012
Statement of Changes in Government Equity (GF) as of September 30, 2012
Status of Appropriation (3rd Qtrs.- 20% IRA)
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Preliminary Trial Balance (SEF) Period Ended December 31, 2012
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Statement of Income & Expenses (SEF) as of December 31, 2012
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Final Trial Balance (General Fund) For the year ended December 31, 2012
Preliminary Trial Balance (General Fund) For the year ended December 31, 2012
Balance Sheet by fund As of December 31, 2012
Statement of Cash Flow For the year ended December 31, 2012
Statement of Changes in Government Equity (GF) as of December 31, 2012
Statement of Income and Expenditures by fund For the year ended December 31, 2012
Status of Appropriation (4th Qtrs.-20% IRA)
Report of SEF Utilization (4th Qtr.)
Report of LDRRM Fund Utilization for the Qtr. ending December 31, 2012
Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (Accounting Office)
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Annual Procurement Plan 2013 (MCRO)
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Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
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Balance Sheet (SEF) as of January 31, 2013
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Trial Balance (SEF) as of January 31, 2013
Statement of Income and Expenditures for the month of January 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows for the month of January 31, 2013
Balance Sheet as of January 31, 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
20% IRA Utilization (March 31, 2013)
SEF Utilization (March 31, 2013)
LDMRRMC (March 31, 2013)
Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) (March 31, 2013)
Trust Fund (PDAF) Utilization - June 30, 2013
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Report of SEF Utilization - June 30, 2013
LDMMRC as June 30, 2013
Items to Bid July 17, 2013
Bidding Result (August 8, 2013
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 28, 2013)
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SEF Report September 2013
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Utilization of PDAF (September 30, 2013)
Balance Sheet (TF) as of September 30, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (TF) as of September 30, 2013
20% IRA utilization September 30, 2013
Balance Sheet as of September 30, 2013
Statement of Income and Expenditures for the month ending September 30, 2013 
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Trial Balance (GF) for the month of September 30, 2013 
Items to Bid November 2013
Bidding Result - December 2013
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20% Development Fund as of December 31, 2013
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Report of SEF Utilization as of December 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows (SEF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Income & Expenses (SEF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Balance Sheet (TF) as of December 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (TF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Cahs Flows (TF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Preliminary Trial Balance (GF) for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Cash Flows for the year ended December 31, 2013
Statement of Income & Expenditures for the year ended December 31, 2013
Balance Sheet as of December 31, 2013
LDRRMF Utilization for the 4th Quarter ending December 31, 2013
PDAF Utilization as of December 31, 2013
Statement of Debt Services as of December 31, 2013
Supplemental Procurement Plan for the 4th Qtr. 2013
Unliquidated Cash Advance as of December 31, 2013
Manpower Complement as of December 31, 2013
2014 Annual Budget Report
Statement of Debt Service as of March 31, 2014
Notice of Application for Marriage License
Applicants for Marriage License as of September 2011a
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2011a
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2011b
Applicants for Marriage License as of November2011
Applicants for Marriage License as of December2011a
Applicants for Marriage License as of December2011b
Applicants for Marriage License as of December2011c
Applicants for Marriage License as of January 2012a
Applicants for Marriage License as of January 2012b
Applicants for Marriage License as of March 2012a
Applicants for Marriage License as of March 2012a2
Applicants for Marriage License as of April 2012a
Applicants for Marriage License as of April 2012.b
Applicants for Marriage License as of April 2012.c
Applicants for Marriage License as of April 2012.d
Applicants for Marriage License as of May 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of May 2012.a
Applicants for Marriage License as of June 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of July 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of August 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of August 2012.a
Applicants for Marriage License as of September 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2012.a
Applicants for Marriage License as of November 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of December 2012
Applicants for Marriage License as of January 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of February 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of March 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of September 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of October 2013a
Applicants for Marriage License as of November 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of November 2013.a
Applicants for Marriage License as of December 2013
Applicants for Marriage License as of February 2014
Applicants for Marriage License as of March 2014
Comparative Statement of Collection
REAL PROPERTY TAX
2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 513,630.84 535,747.00 482,300.16
FEBRUARY 199,884.48 341,872.16 322,279.54
MARCH 642,263.46 747,209.50 851,056.98
APRIL 158,572.28 107,811.46 179,958.22
MAY 189,701.88 128,366.03 83,274.28
JUNE 182,935.66 84,375.83 193,082.82
JULY 184,886.60 474,875.18 26,432.76
AUGUST 58,439.28 58,026.88 22,231.66
SEPTEMBER 19,228.02 113,269.50 101,815.70
OCTOBER 150,461.31 78,006.33 21,303.56
NOVEMBER 68,578.65 322,369.56 14,235.46
DECEMBER 23,393.72 132,302.64 60,589.92
TOTAL 2,391,976.18 3,124,232.07 2,358,561.06
 

BUSINESS TAX

2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 235,417.12 247,983.16 347,023.40
FEBRUARY 103,815.00 71,129.40 59,447.00
MARCH 40,876.40 20,339.25 45,168.88
APRIL 11,872.40 77,978.51 41,998.24
MAY 35,730.16 52,714.55 27,556.92
JUNE 21,983.80 43,997.60 13,805.86
JULY 57,890.40 37,060.52 71,937.10
AUGUST 28,480.60 32,177.80 11,373.48
SEPTEMBER 10,008.50 10,209.50 8,748.74
OCTOBER 23,200.10 55,217.10 26,746.25
NOVEMBER 18,455.65 7,927.71 12,333.46
DECEMBER 8,059.10 53,251.50 19,993.37
TOTAL 595,789.23 709,986.60 686,133.34
 

FEES & CHARGES

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 190,750.33 205,441.40 327,615.45
FEBRUARY 50,606.00 98,173.00 74,985.00
MARCH 96,447.00 49,310.00 64,589.00
APRIL 37,805.00 61,246.00 94,062.70
MAY 51,442.00 83,513.80 40,966.00
JUNE 43,573.10 88,661.00 45,683.00
JULY 31,352.00 57,899.00 41,983.00
AUGUST 38,477.00 43,733.76 42,646.00
SEPTEMBER 22,497.00 58,322.00 21,540.00
OCTOBER 25,595.90 61,198.05 18,531.02
NOVEMBER 20,062.00 26,458.00 17,309.41
DECEMBER 27,295.00 37,383.19 9,060.00
TOTAL 635,902.23 871,339.20 800,104.56
 

ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 30,237.08 38,514.58 44,814.23
FEBRUARY 15,703.58 24,464.83 28,441.73
MARCH 25,602.08 39,283.08 30,499.73
APRIL 23,386.08 14,051.08 26,896.23
MAY 16,191.08 31,782.33 21,307.79
JUNE 19,826.08 22,391.08 15,646.79
JULY 13,366.08 22,492.08 14,722.50
AUGUST 17,824.08 25,442.33 4,150.00
SEPTEMBER 20,376.93 17,185.18 16,590.40
OCTOBER 16,341.08 29,019.93 24,571.40
NOVEMBER 25,047.33 21,788.73 33,852.90
DECEMBER 20,016.08 35,559.98 29,619.90
TOTAL 243,917.56 321,975.21 291,113.50
 

GRAND TOTAL

  2011 2012 2013
JANUARY 970,093.37 1,027,686.14 1,201,753.24
FEBRUARY 370,009.06 535,639.39 485,153.91
MARCH 805,286.94 856,141.83 991,314.59
APRIL 231,665.76 261,087.05 342,915.39
MAY 293,151.12 296,376.71 173,107.99
JUNE 268,420.64 239,425.51 268,218.47
JULY 287,567.08 592,326.78 155,075.36
AUGUST 143,272.96 159,380.77 80,401.14
SEPTEMBER 72,154.45 198,986.18 148,694.84
OCTOBER 215,632.39 223,441.41 91,152.23
NOVEMBER 132,163.63 378,544.00 77,731.23
DECEMBER 78,791.90 258,497.31 119,263.19
TOTAL 3,868,209.30 5,027,533.08 4,135,915.56
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    Civil Registrar’s Office

    ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

    Atty. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
    Municipal Mayor

    Mr. CECILIO S. NAVALTA, Jr.
    Municipal Registrar

    Mrs. OFELIA A. MARIBBAY
    Assistant Registration Officer

    Mrs. ESMARIE S. BIBAS
    Administrative Aide l

    ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
    CY 2011

     INTRODUCTION

                The creation of a Civil Registry Office in every city and municipality of the Philippines was made mandatory with the enactment of Republic Act No. 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 while Republic Act No. 3753 or the Civil Registry Law provides certain provisions which the MCRO is obliged to implement. In addition, the Office recommends to the Local Chief Executive Civil Registry plans and programs for approval and implementation.

    This Report covers the following programs/activities:

    1. Registration of Vital Events
    2. Acceptance of Applications  for and Issuance of Marriage License
    3. Issuance of Certifications
    4. Implementation of R.A. No. 9048 and R.A. No. 9255
    5. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs
      1. Mass Wedding
      2. BREQ’s Program
      3. Civil Registry Month Celebration
      4. Out-of-Town Reporting of Vital Events
    6. Capability-building of MCRO Personnel
    7. Performance of other civil registry-related duties and functions

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    CY 2012

    1. Registration of Vital Events

                Vital events concerning the civil status of a person includes birth, marriage and death.

    A. Birth

                For CY 2012, the MCRO recorded a total of 303 births which is 61 events lower than that of 2011 and about 33.33 lower than the 404 events recorded for the same period in year 2010. Data show that during this period, on the average, about 25 births per month were recorded compared to about 30 and 34 events that were registered in years 2011 and 2010, respectively. Within the same period, the month of October has the highest record of 34 births while the month of August posted only 13 events. In year 2010, the month of November recorded 78 events while March has only 28 recorded events. On the other hand, data for year 2011 show that the month of December has the highest record with 104 events while only 13 were recorded in June. Figure 1 shows the complete data on the number of registered birth by month within a three-year period from CY 2010 to CY 2012.


    Figure 1

     

    As of 31 December 2012, records reveal that out of the 303 total, 211 births were registered on-time while 92 were recorded late  compared to years 2010 and 2011 in which 234 and 162 births, respectively, were reported on- time while 150 and 192 events in years 2010 and 2011, respectively, were registered late.

    Out of the 303 recorded births for year 2012, about 78.88% were legitimate as against 21.12% illegitimate. On the other hand, years 2010 and 2011 posted 278 and 217 legitimate births, respectively and only 106 and 147 children were recorded illegitimate.

                Data also reveal that the females outnumber the males by about 1.65% with 154 females and only 149 males recorded.  On the other hand, records show that some 189 males and 195 females were registered in year 2010 while some 209 males and 155 females were listed in year 2010 as shown in Figure 2.


    Figure 2

    Records also reveal that for year 2012, the median age of the mother was 31.5 years, the oldest being 49 years of age while the youngest was only 14 years old. For years 2010 and 2011, the average ages of the mother were 30.5 years and 31.5 years, respectively.

    On the other hand, in year 2012, the average age of the father was 36 wherein the youngest was 16 years old and the oldest at 52 years. In year 2011, the oldest father was 61 years old in which the median age was 38 years. In 2010 the father’s average age was 43.5 years. Figures 3 and 4 show the graphical presentation of the above-data.


    Figure 3

    B. Marriage

    MCRO data show that in year 2012, some 150 marriages were registered, 2 of which were recorded late compared with some 162 (161 on time, 1 delayed) and 124 (119 on time, 5 delayed) reported marriages in years 2010 and 2011, respectively. Also, in year 2012, out of the total 150 marriages, some 80 events were solemnized by the Municipal Mayor, 4 marriage was officiated by the MCTC Judge and 66 marriage ceremonies were conducted under religious rites. In years 2010 and 2011, records show that 92 and 58 civil marriages were officiated by the Municipal Mayor, respectively, some 5   marriage rites conducted by the MCTC Judge for both years and some 65 and 61 marriages each for both 2010 and 2011 were solemnized by the various religious heads.

    Data also reveal that the month of February posted the highest number of marriages with 28 while in November only 2 events. Figures 5 and 6 show the graphical presentation of these data.


    Figure 5


    Figure 6


    Figure 7

    C. Death

    MCRO records for year 2012 show that 70 deaths occurred within our jurisdiction of which about 54.29% are males while the rest are females and about 95.71% of which were registered on-time. In comparison, there were 52 deaths comprised of 30 males as against 22 females and 3 delayed reporting in year 2011 while for the same period, some 44 deaths were listed in year 2010 with 23 males and 21females. The months of January, May and December recorded the highest in year 2012 with 8 each, while only 1 was reported in April. Figures 7 and 8 are graphical presentations of the three-year data on death for period January-June.


    Figure 8


    Figure 9

     

    2. Acceptance of Application and Issuance of Marriage License

    In year 2012, MCRO data show that some 151 couples applied for marriage license. For the period, the months of January and April has the highest number of couple-applicants with 23 each while only 5 couples applied in August of same year.

    On the average, about 13 couples per month applied for a marriage license within this period which is higher than the monthly averages of 9 for year 2011 and about the same average with that of year 2010. The complete graphical presentation of the above-data is shown in Figure 10.

    As to the issuance of Marriage Licenses, the MCRO released some 142 licenses within this period, 29 of which were issued in February with only 5 each in August and September. On the average, about 12 marriage licenses were issued per month.  Figure 10 show the graphical presentation of the records.


    Figure 10

     

     

    3. Issuance of Certifications

                 For the year 2012, the MCRO issued a total of 867 certifications of which some 520 certifications of birth records and certified photocopies of COLB were issued. The month of May posted the highest record with 208 while only 30 were issued in April yielding a monthly average of 43 documents compared to years 2010 and 2011 with a computed average of 35 and 33 documents, respectively.

    Certifications of Marriage were also issued with a monthly average of 22 documents with a total of 264 while years 2010 and 2011 yielded a total of 156 documents with monthly averages of 5 and 8 documents, respectively.

    This year, during the same period, the office issued only 83 certifications of death.

    4. Implementation of Republic Act No. 9048 and Republic Act No. 9255

                  There were only 19 cases, (16 clerical error cases and 3 change of first name case)  filed under Republic Act No. 9048 for the year 2012  compared to 24 CCE cases and  25 cases (24 CCE’s and 1 CFN’s) for years 2010 and 2011, respectively.

                 On the other hand, there were 20 legal instruments recorded in the civil register for year 2012 in which 16 were Affidavits of Legitimation while 4 were Authority to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF). In year 2011, a total of 24 documents, 21 Affidavits of Legitimation and 3 AUSF’s, were registered. Figure 12 depicts the graphical presentation of the above data.


    Figure 12

     

    5. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs 

    a. Mass Wedding Program

     The MCRO, in coordination with the Office of the Municipal Mayor, spearheaded a Mass Wedding activity on 14 February 2012 at the Verde Villa Resort, Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. Some 28 couples exchanged vows before Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio, Municipal Mayor of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

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    Atty. Ronelie dP. Ubando-Valtoribio, Municipal Mayor of Villaverde, officiating the
              Mass Wedding on 14 February 2012 at the Verde Villa Resort, Bintawan Sur,
             Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

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    The newly-wedded couples having their “first kiss in public”

    Municipal officials of Villaverde who stood as wedding sponsors.

    Municipal officials of Villaverde who stood as wedding sponsors.

                                                                 

     b. 1st Municipal Civil Registration Quiz Bee

    The Municipal Civil Registrar’s Office spearheaded the 2012 First Municipal Civil Registration Quiz Bee on 29 February 2012 at the Villaverde Municipal Function Room with eleven (11) Elementary Schools (10 public and 1 private) and two (2) High Schools (1 public and 1 private) which participated. Mr. Denver E. Omanito, a Grade VI pupil from Nagbitin Elementary School emerged as champion in the Elementary Category while Ms. Novalyn G. Callejo, a senior student from Our Lady of Fatima School of Villaverde – High School department, was declared winner in the High School Category. All participants, contestants and coaches, were given certificates. Major winners were awarded cash prizes.

    c. BREQ’s Program

    Under the program on By- Batch Requests for Civil Registry documents from the National Statistics Office, the MCRO was able to provide services to some 25 clients who needed NSO copies of their Certificates of Live Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates of their kin.

    d. Civil Registry Month Celebration

    The month of February is the Civil Registry Month. In line with the NSO directive, the MCRO issued Certificates of Live Birth, Marriages and Deaths for free on 28 February 2012. Data show that some 30 civil registry documents were issued free-of-charge during this period.

    e. Out-Of-Town Reporting of Vital Events

    Some 5 of our constituents availed of this program involving 7 vital events that needed registration in other municipalities under Rule 20 of Administrative Order No. 1, series of 1993.

    f. Civil Registry Information Campaign

    The MCRO of Villaverde coordinated with the different offices of the MLGU in promoting civil registry awareness among the people of Villaverde. The MCR took every opportunity in informing the public on the importance of Civil Registration and updated them on new laws, rules and regulations affecting the civil status of persons specially the salient points of Republic Act Nos. 9048, 10172 and 9255.

    6. Capability Building of MCRO Personnel

    On 07-09 August 2012, the MCR attended the 6th National Workshop on Civil Registration at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Metro Manila.

    Also, the Municipal Civil Registrar was one of the members of the LGU-Villaverde Team who underwent three-day training on the Conduct of the Registry System on Basic Sectors of Agriculture at the Highlander Hotel, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

    Moreover, the MCR attended the Forest Land Use Plan (FLUP) Situational Analysis Workshop at the Dumlao Farmer’s Training Center on 04-05 October 2012 and the FLUP Module 3- Watershed Prioritization Seminar/Workshop on 12-14 December 2012 at the Teng-ab Retreat House, Bontoc, Mt. Province.

    7. Performance of other Civil Registry-related duties and functions

    The MCR and the Assistant Registration Officer are members of the Pre-Marriage Counselling Team of LGU- Villaverde. For year 2012, the PMC Team conducted 12 sessions involving 151 couples who applied for marriage license with the MCRO.

    8.  Support to and Promotion of LGU- Villaverde programs and activities

    Being a member and part of the LGU-Villaverde Family, the MCRO fully supports all LGU programs, projects and activities designed for the welfare and well-being of the people of Villaverde.

    In line with the Re-greening Villaverde program of Mayor Ronelie U. Valtoribio the MCRO implemented on 01 June 2011 an office policy wherein every client who seeks to register a vital event, except for deaths, shall donate 10 pieces of fruit-bearing tree seeds for every registered civil registry document. The same case is true to couples applying for marriage license but instead of 10 seeds, they are required to submit 20 pieces fruit-bearing tree seeds. As of 31 December 2012, the MCRO has already collected some 5,807 fruit-bearing tree seeds of varied species. After proper documentation, the seeds were turned-over to the MAgrO on a weekly basis.

    On 15 February 2012, the whole LGU- Villaverde Family together with the different National Government agencies participated in the Love Affair With Nature activity in Balacquit, Bintawan Norte/Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

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    MCRO personnel, along with other LGU- Villaverde officials and employees during
    the tree-planting activity in Balacquit on 15 February 2012.

     

    On 25 June 2012, Philippine Arbor Day, the 3 MCRO personnel actively participated in a Tree-Planting activity in the vicinity of the Balacquit Water Impounding Dam along with LGU- Villaverde officials and other employees.

    The MCRO personnel were also actively involved in the culminating activities during the 2012 Founding Anniversary of the town which included among others, tree-planting activities in the vicinity of Balacquit Water Impounding Dam.

     

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    CY 2011

    1. Registration of Vital Events

              A vital event concerning the civil status of a person includes birth, marriage and death.

    A. Birth

    For CY 2011, the MCRO recorded a total of 364 births which is 21 events lower than that of 2010 and about 35.44% lower than the 493 events recorded for the same period in year 2009. Data show that during this period, on the average, about 30 births per month were recorded compared to about 32 and 41 events that were registered in years 2010 and 2009, respectively. Within the same period, the month of December has the highest record of 104 births while the month of June posted only 13 events. In year 2009, the month of April recorded 76 events while March has only 29 recorded events. On the other hand, data for year 2010 show that the month of November has the highest record with 78 events while only 22 were recorded in January. Figure 1 shows the complete data on the number of registered birth by month within a three-year period from CY 2009 to CY 2011.

    Figure 1

    As of 31 December 2011, records reveal that out of the 364 total, 162 births were registered on-time while 192 were recorded late  compared to years 2009 and 2010 in which 254 and 234 births, respectively, were reported on- time while   239 and 150 events in years 2009 and 2010, respectively, were registered late.

    Out of the 364 recorded births for year 2011, about 59.62% were legitimate as against 40.38% illegitimate in year 2011. On the other hand, years 2009 and 2010 posted 368 and 278 legitimate births, respectively and only 125 and 106 children were recorded illegitimate in years 2009 and 2010, respectively.

    Data also reveal that the males outnumber the females at a ratio of 1.35: 1 with 209 males and only 155 females recorded.  On the other hand, records show that some 252 males and 241 females were registered in year 2009 while some 189 males and 195 females were listed in year 2010 as shown in Figure 2.

    Figure 2

    Records also reveal that for year 2011, the median age of the mother was 31.5 years, the oldest being 48 years of age while the youngest was only 15 years old. For years 2009 and 2010, the average ages of the mother were 35 years and 30.5 years, respectively.

    On the other hand, in year 2011, the average age of the father was 38 wherein the youngest was 16 years old and the oldest at 61 years. In year 2010, the oldest father was 72 years old in which the median age was 43.5 years. In 2009 the father’s average age was 36.5 years. Figures 3 and 4 show the graphical presentation of the above-data.

    Figure 3

     

    Figure 4

    B. Marriage

    MCRO data show that in year 2011, some 124 marriages were registered, 5 of which were recorded late compared with some 175 (173 on time, 2 delayed) and 162 (161 on time, 1 delayed) reported marriages in years 2009 and 2010, respectively. Also, in year 2011, out of the total 124 marriages, some 58 events were solemnized by the Municipal Mayor, 5 marriages was officiated by the MCTC Judge and 61 marriage ceremonies were conducted under religious rites. In years 2009 and 2010, records show that 106  and 92  civil marriages were officiated by the Municipal Mayor, respectively, some 4   and 5 marriage rites conducted by the MCTC Judge, respectively and about 65 marriages each for both 2009 and 2010 were solemnized by the various religious heads.

    Data also reveal that the month of May posted the highest number of marriages with 30 while September and November posted only 2 events each. Figures 5 and 6 show the graphical presentation of these data.

    Figure 5

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    C. Death

              MCRO records for year 2011 show that 29 deaths occurred within our jurisdiction of which about 55.17% are males while the rest are females and about 96.55% of which was registered on-time. In comparison, 32 events comprised of 21 males as against 11 females and 3 delayed reporting in year 2009 while for the same period, only 14 deaths were listed in year 2010 with 8 males and only 6 females. The month of March recorded the highest in year 2011 with 9 while only 2 were reported in May. Figures 7 and 8 are graphical presentations of the three-year data on death for period January-June.

    Figure 8

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    2. Acceptance of Application and Issuance of Marriage License

     For year 2011, MCRO data show that some 103 couples applied for marriage license which is about 36.80% lower than the previous year and 14.47% lower than in year 2009. For the period, the months of March and May has the highest number of couple-applicants with 18 each while only 2 couples applied in both June and October of 2011.

    On the average, about 9 couples per month applied for a marriage license within this period which is lower than the monthly averages of 13 for year 2010 and 14 in year 2009. The complete graphical presentation of the above-data is shown in Figure 10.

    As to the issuance of Marriage Licenses, the MCRO released some 98 licenses within this period, 19 of which were issued in May with only 2 each in June and October. On the average, about 8 marriage licenses were issued per month.  Figure 10 show the graphical presentation of the records.

    Figure 10

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    3. Issuance of Certifications

              For the year 2011, the MCRO issued  some 396 certifications of birth records and certified photocopies of COLB  in which the month of December posted the highest record with 87 while only 22 were issued in March yielding a monthly average of 33 documents compared to years 2009 and 2010 with a computed average of 49 and 35 documents, respectively.

    Certifications of Marriage were also issued with a monthly average of 8 documents with a total of 96 while years 2009 and 2010 yielded a total of 64 documents with monthly averages of 7 and 5 documents, respectively.

    This year, during the same period, the office issued only 30 certifications of death while 11 and 9 documents were released in years 2009 and 2010, respectively.

    4. Implementation of Republic Act No. 9048 and Republic Act No. 9255

              There were only 25 cases, (24 clerical error cases and 1 change of first name case)  filed under Republic Act No. 9048 for the year 2011 compared to 33 CCE cases and  24 cases (20 CCE’s and 3 CFN’s) for years 2009 and 2010, respectively.

    On the other hand, there were 24 legal instruments recorded in the civil register for year 2011 in which 21 were Affidavits of Legitimation while 3 was an Authority to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF). In year 2010, a total of 32 documents, 17 Affidavits of Legitimation and 15 AUSF’s, were registered. Figure 12 depicts the graphical presentation of the above data.

    Figure 12

    5. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs

    a. Mass Wedding Program

    The MCRO, in coordination with the Office of the Municipal Mayor, spearheaded a Mass Wedding activity on 18 May 2011 at the Verde Vila Resort, Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. Some 14 couples exchanged vows before Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio, Municipal Mayor of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

    b. BREQ’s Program

              Under the program on By- Batch Requests for Civil Registry documents from the National Statistics Office, the MCRO was able to provide services to some 27 clients who needed NSO copies of their Certificates of Live Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates of their kin.

    c. Civil Registry Month Celebration

              The month of February is the Civil Registry Month. In line with the NSO directive, the MCRO issued Certificates of Live Birth, Marriages and Deaths for free on 28 February 2011. Data show that some 25 civil registry documents were issued free-of-charge during this period.

    d. Out-Of-Town Reporting of Vital Events

              Some 4 of our constituents availed of this program involving 6 vital events that needed registration in other municipalities under Rule 20 of Administrative Order No. 1, series of 1993.

    e. Civil Registry Information Campaign

              The MCRO of Villaverde coordinated with the different offices of the MLGU in promoting civil registry awareness of the people. MCRO personnel undertook information dissemination during the BUNTIS PARTIES of the Municipal Health Office in the different barangays of Villaverde.

    Also, the MCR took the chance of informing the general public on the importance of civil registration during the Tax Campaign activities of the Municipal Treasury Office and the Municipal Assessor’s Office on 28 October 2011 in Barangay Cabuluan and in Barangay Ocapon on 04 November 2011.

    The MCR informing the people of Brgy. Cabuluan on the importance of civil registration during the tax campaign activity spearheaded by the MTO and Municipal Assessment Office.

    f. Mobile Registration of Birth

              The MCR Office conducted 2 mobile registration activities in year 2011. The office spearheaded this activity in Barangay Sawmill on 25 November 2011 and in Barangay Nagbitin on 16 December 2011. Both activities benefited some 31 clients with 42 births registered. Most of the clients were 4P’s family – beneficiaries, particularly in Barangay Nagbitin.

     

    Some of the clients of the Mobile Registration Program of the   MCRO held in Brgy. Nagbitin held on 16 December 2011

    6. Capability Building of MCRO Personnel

              On 10-11 March 2011, 3 MCRO personnel attended a two-day training on the Philippine Civil Registry Information System (PhilCRIS) at the National Statistics Office, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

    Also, the Municipal Civil Registrar was one of the members of the LGU-Villaverde Team who underwent a three-day training on Revenue Generation Plan Formulation at the Local Government Academy, UPLB, Laguna on 30 May-01 June 2011.

    Moreover, the MCR attended the Local – Rapid Economic Development (L-RED) training at the Verde Villa Resort, Barangay Bintawan Sur.

    7. Performance of other Civil Registry-related duties and functions

    The MCR and the Assistant Registration Officers are members of the Pre-Marriage Counselling Team of LGU- Villaverde. For year 2011, the PMC Team conducted 12 sessions involving 59 couples who applied for marriage license with the MCRO.

    8.  Support to and Promotion of LGU- Villaverde programs and activities

              Being a member and part of the LGU-Villaverde Family, the MCRO fully supports all LGU programs, projects and activities designed for the welfare and well-being of the people of Villaverde.

    In line with the Re-greening Villaverde program of Mayor Ronelie U. Valtoribio the MCRO implemented on 01 June 2011 an office policy wherein every client who seeks to register a vital event, except for deaths, shall donate 10 pieces of fruit-bearing tree seeds for every registered civil registry document. The same case is true to couples applying for marriage license but instead of 10 seeds, they are required to submit 20 pieces fruit-bearing tree seeds. As of 31 December 2011, the MCRO has already collected some 2,012 fruit-bearing tree seeds of varied species. After proper documentation, the seeds were turned-over to the MAgrO on a weekly basis.

    On 25 June 2011, Philippine Arbor Day, the 3 MCRO personnel actively participated in a Tree-Planting activity along the Provincial Road in Barangay Poblacion in which the whole LGU-Villaverde Family planted guayabano seedlings. Moreover, office personnel took part in planting bamboo plantlets along the Bintawan River in Barangays Bintawan Sur and Bintawan Norte. Lastly, the MCRO personnel actively participated in all tree-planting activities of the MLGU at the Balacquit Water Impounding Dam in barangay Bintawan Norte in year 2011.

     

    CY 2010 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

     

    INTRODUCTION
    The enactment into law of Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as the New Local Government Code of 1991, paved the way for the mandatory creation of a distinct and separate Municipal Civil Registry Office, unlike before wherein Civil Registry functions were performed by the Municipal Treasury Office at first, then later by the Municipal Planning and Development Office, both in concurrent capacity. Article IX, Section 479 of RA No. 7160 enumerates the qualifications, powers and duties of the Municipal Civil Registrar. Corollary thereto, the Municipal Civil Registry Office is mandated to implement applicable provisions of RA No. 3753 or the Civil Registry Law.

    This report shall focus on the accomplishment of the MCRO for the period 01 January 2010 to 31 December 2010 in the implementation of the following:

    1. Registration of Vital Events
    2. Issuance of Certifications
    3. Issuance of Marriage License
    4. Implementation of RA No. 9048
    5. Implementation of RA No. 9255
    6. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs
      1. Mass Wedding
      2. Mobile Registration of Birth
      3. BREQ’s Program
      4. Out-of-Town Reporting of Vital Events
    7. Capability – building of MCRO Personnel
    8. Performance of other civil registry – related duties and functions

     

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    1. Registration of Vital Events
      As of 31 December 2010, there were 403 registered births. Out of this total, 254 were registered on – time while 149 was registered late. The month of November reflected the highest recorded event with 78 while January posted the lowest at 22 recorded births. The 2010 record is lower compared to the year 2009 record of 494 births. However, the above data did not include the vital events involving residents of Villaverde that took place outside the municipality. For births that were registered on time, a registration fee of ?50.00 is being collected while ?300.00 is collected for births that were registered beyond the 30-day reglementary period.
      For death, 44 events were recorded compared to 58 registered in 2009. Of these, 42 were registered on–time while only 2 was reported late. The month of September reflected the highest number of recorded deaths with 6 while only 1 was registered in June. Excluded from this report were those deaths involving residents of Villaverde that occurred outside the jurisdictionofourmunicipality. The amount of ?10.00 is being collected as Burial Permit while Cemetery rental is pegged at ?125.00 per sq. meter. Delayed registration fee is P300.00
      For marriage, the office recorded a total of 162 events compared to 175 marriages in 2009. Out  of  this number, 159 were recorded on-time while 3 were registered late. The month of April registered the highest record with 28 while August posted the lowest with only 3. Out of this total, 91 marriages were officiated by the Municipal Mayor, 4 by the MCTC Judge, while 67 marriages were solemnized by the heads of the various religious sects. A fee of ?50.00 is being collected for every marriage solemnized by the religious heads. Also, the amount of ?100.00 per principal sponsor is being charged for every civil wedding officiated by the Municipal Mayor. Delayed registration fee for marriage is ?300.00.
    2. Issuance of Certifications
      For the year 2010, the MCR Office issued a total of 780 certifications based on our records. This data include certification for records of birth, death and marriage. Also included are certified true copies and photocopies of civil  registry documents. For local purposes, a fee of ?50.00 is being collected while ?100.00 is charged for purposes abroad.
    3. Acceptance of Application for Marriage License and its Issuance
      In 2010, there were 152 applications acceptance by the MCRO. An amount of ?112.00 per application is charged as application fee. On the other hand, only 142 Marriage License was issued in the same year. A fee of ?2.00 was collected per marriage license issued.
    4. Implementation of Republic Act No. 9048
      Republic Act No. 9048 authorized the correction of entry in the Civil Register without need of judicial decree order in cases of typographical errors in the Certificate of Live Birth, Death and Marriage. However, in the case of births, the change in gender and the date of birth (day, month, year) still needs approval by the courts. In 2010, the MCRO accepted and processed 21 Petitions for Correction of Clerical Error. Out of this, 1 was a Migrant Petition. On the other hand, 3 Petitions for Change of First Name were accepted and processed by our Office. For every petition for the Correction of Clerical Error, a filing fee of P1,000.00 is beingcollected while for petition for Change of First Name a fee of P3,000.00 is being collected. An additional service charge of P500.00 is being collected for every migrant petition that was accepted and processed by the Office.
    5. Implementation of Republic Act No. 9255
      Republic Act No. 9255 or the Law for Children Needing for Special Protection (CNSP) provides for a way in which illegitimate children can use the surname of their father. In 2010, the MCRO processed 13 Affidavits of Authority to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF) and 17 Joint Affidavits of Legitimation. For AUSF’s a processing fee of ?50.00 is being collected and ?500.00 for every Joint Affidavits of Legitimation processed.
    6. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs
    1. The   Mass  Wedding Program  of  LGU-Villaverde  is   designed   to  provide  unwed  couples an alternative in making their union legal in an economical way. On 02 September  2010, Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio, Municipal Mayor, solemnized the marriage of 13 couples at the Barangay Plaza of Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. This was one of the highlights of the 53rd Founding Anniversary Celebrations.
    2. In 2010, the MCRO conducted 2 Mobile Registration activities. This activity was designed to bring the services of the government closer to the people. The first activity was conducted on 24 November 2010 in  Barangay Cabuluan, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.  A total of 52 clients availed of the services of the MCRO. Right there and then, their births were registered and their Certificates of Live Birth were immediately released to them.On 17 December 2010, the MCR Office conducted the same activity in Barangay Ocapon, Villaverde Nueva Vizcaya. A total of 32 clients availed of civil registry services provided by the Office. Out of this number, 7 were new registrants while 25 clients updated as to the statusof their Application for Delayed Registration of Birth pending before our office since year 2009.During both activities, MCRO personnel took the time to disseminate updates and information on civil registry laws, rules and regulations in coordination with the concerned Barangay Officials. The Philippine National Police (PNP) of Villaverde provided much needed security during these activities.

      Mrs. Ofelia Maribbay, Assistant Registration Officer, MCRO, preparing a Certificate of Live Birth for registration during the Mobile Registration activity held in Brgy. Ocapon, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya on 17 December 2010. Not shown in the photo are Mr. CecilioS. Navalta, Jr., MCR and Mrs. Esmarie S. Bibas, Administrative Aide I

    3. Starting September, 2010, the MCRO began implementing the Batch Requests for Civil Registry documents (BREQ’s) from the National Statistics Office. This program provides a way in which clients need not go directly to NSO to request for documents. Instead, they submit their application forms at the MCRO for endorsement to the Office by a personnel designated for this purpose. Records show  that as of  31 December 2010 there were already ten (10) clients who availed of this program.
    4. Rule 20 of Administrative Order No. 1, series of 1995 states that vital events concerning the civil status of person that occurred outside the jurisdiction of the town where that person habitually resides can apply for out-of-town reporting of a vital event. The Receiving MCR (RMCR) prepares the documents and forward the same to the Records – Keeping MCR (RKMCR) for proper action. As of 31 December 2010, five (5) clients have already been benefited with this program.
    • The Local Government Unit sponsored a Team- Building Seminar/Workshop on 30 July 2010 held at the Verde Villa Resort, Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. All LGU- Villaverde officials and employees, the MCRO personnel included, attended this activity.On 3-5 March 2010, Mr. Cecilio S. Navalta, Jr., MCR, and Mrs. Ofelia A. Maribbay, Asst. Reg. Officer attended the training on the Accomplishment of New Civil Registry Forms at Brentwood Hotel, Baguio City.On 16-18 March 2010, Mr. Cecilio S. Navalta, Jr., MCR, attended the Northern  Luzon Alliance of Civil Registrars Seminar Workshop at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City.
    • Two (2) MCRO personnel are members of the Pre-Marriage Counseling Team of the Municipality– Mr. Cecilio S. Navalta, Jr. and Mrs. Ofelia A. Maribbay. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the PMC team conducts counseling activities to couples applying for marriage license as mandated by law. In 2010, the PMC team composed of personnel from the MSWDO, MCRO, MHO and the MAgrO, counseled a total of 152 couples.Also, Office personnel of the MCRO always attend to meetings, conferences or dialogues being called upon by the Local Chief Executive. Compliance to existing rules and regulations and observance of policies and guidelines were always given foremost attention.From time to time, MCRO personnel were tapped to assist in the conduct of various developmental activities of the Local Government Unit. This is in line with the vision and mission of the Municipal government of Villaverde.

     

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