• Home-Based Agriculture – family-based productivity initiatives geared toward food sufficiency within the immediate participating farm/fishing families through the conduct of intensive multi farming-fishing-forestry system.
  1. Organic Production (Vermi Composting/Vermi Cast Production/ Vermi Culture/Vermi Dispersal)
  2. Expanded Livestock Dispersals (native chicken, goats, cattle, swine)\ Animal Health Care in the forms of treatment, vaccination, deworming, and castration are likewise being provided. Other technical assistance is made available such as Artificial Insemination (AI) or natural breeding.
  3. Capability Building – Technologies are transferred to farm/fishing families by way of regular demonstrations and other related skills transfer process
  • Himsug nga Pananum, Himsug nga Katawhan – This program is a mechanism in backyard farming to maximize available spare time in between major income generating activities of family members and utilize vacant farm lots around and within the vicinity of their residences for agricultural production
  • Marine and in-land Fishery
    1. Mari-Culture Production (Bangus Fish Cages, Oyster, & Gozo Culture)
    2. A zoning of the coastal areas
    3. Maintenance and protection of the Punta Cruz and Maraag Marine Protected Areas
    4. Regular seaborne patrols and sustained vigilance and participation of the Bantay Dagat volunteers, deputized Fish Wardens and the reorganized Municipal Fisheries and Aquatic Management Council
    5. On-going initiatives on in-land fishery has been maintained with the dispersal of 3,000 tilapia fingerlings among project participants in Tinibgan, Cabawan and San Roque
    • Tourism Industry (Eco-Cultural Heritage Tour Products) – providing technical assistance and supports to Community-Based Sustainable Eco-tourism (CBST) operations, provision of promotion and marketing services for the different eco-tourism destinations, heritage mapping in progress to record sites, buildings and other structure for potential restoration and preservation, on-going trainings on tourism-related skills)
    1. Abatan Eco-Tourism Experience
    2. Minimizing the adverse effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment and enhance the cultural integrity of the local people. Providing incentives to communities, which create the attractions at the same time, protect the environment, and preserving the integrity of these sites and stimulating the economic development opportunities in local communities.
    • Handicraft Industry (product development and enhancement trainings on baskets, mats, bags, souvenir items, slippers, etc, establishment of Trading Center and linkages with direct buyers)
  • Manpower Development and Employment Program (TESDA-accredited Skills Trainings, Enterprise Development Assistance, Skills-Employment Matching, Employment Referrals)
  • Integrated Marine Culture – Eco-tourism Project – establishment of fish cages open for rent to local investors, putting up of infrastructure supports to facilitate the development of economic activities, at the same time creating a new tourism product in the municipality to be packaged with the existing ones – P 5 M Project (fund availment on process)
  • Note: Projects in Italics are yet in the planning stage and their respective projects proposals are still for fund sourcing.