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Sa buong Central Luzon or region 3 Nueva ecija pang amin nalang sa kasunod ang Aurora in terms of poverty incidence anong nangyari.. Totoo ba to .cno may kasalanan...
Inilathala ko na po noon.

Why Nueva Ecija is still poor:

1) Poor infrastructure. Ang focus ng national government at RDC ay Pampanga (big infra projects, Clark), then Tarlac currently (SCTEx, New Clark City). Na-ooverlook tayo.

2) Corruption, ineptitude and lack of vision of the provincial government. Given na yan. Pero di dapat sa kanila isisi ang lahat.

3) Brain drain - migration to Metro Manila. Somehow nabawasan na ang migration to MM.

4) Virtually no manufacturing industry. Malaki ang multiplier effect ng manufacturing sa ekonomiya. This is the primary way to grow rich. That's why industrialized countries = developed countries.

5) Natural calamities. Since agricultural tayo, pag binagyo/binaha, patay kabuhayan, uutang na naman, then cycle continues...

6) Lack of significant tourism. Kailangan natin ng maraming Sir Heidrigzs. :lol:
 

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Talagang pong naiiwanan na ang Nueva ecija in terms of developments infra man or business development .. then Bakit ang laki din po ng pag kakautang ng lalawigan natin wala naman tayong nakikitang mga major development......year 1980s po pasok po ang nueva ecijas s top 3 provinces sa region 3 bat nga Ngayon pang 6 nalang Tayo kasunod ang Aurora ..Nyare.... ????
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How to eliminate poverty in Nueva Ecija?

1) Develop large-scale transport infrastructures to connect to Metro Manila and benefit from its spillover. Luckily u/c na si CLLEx Phase 1.

PNR SJC Branchline, NLEE, CLLEx Phases 2 & 3, E. Vergara Phase 2, Palayan-Cabanatuan Road and Gapan Bypass soon.

2) Educate the peasantry. Tech-voc training, apprenticeship, and/or entrepreneurship and business ideas for unemployed people and those who lost their job from the ongoing rapid mechanization of Nueva Ecija's rice industry. This is the short-term solution for job security.

3) Encourage the development of special economic zones for manufacturing near the future transport corridors, i.e. CLLEx, PNR and NLEE. This is one of the long-term solutions for job security.

4) Develop the tourism industry by promoting natural sceneries and man-made attractions, building tourism roads, enticing hotel developers to come to NE, and promoting NE as a venue for national conventions, business meetings, conferences, competitions, and sporting events. A long-term solution for job security.

5) Attract BPO/KPO through the development of high-speed internet infrastructure, provision of office spaces, manpower training, investor support, perks and incentives, and collaboration between the local government, BPO companies and the province's Universities for degrees/programs for information and communication technology and related fields, apprenticeships and OJTs.
Another long-tem solution for job security.

6) A regime change. Choose the righteous candidates for provincial posts - those with the political will to fulfill their platforms and promises, with an eye on the future, and with a spirit to rule with dignity, to defend the rights and to help their fellow Novo Ecijanos.

7) Last but not the least, confer to the BCDA that NE needs the gradual development of idle military lands in Fort Magsaysay. Don't forget the BCDA's Masterplan for Fort Magsaysay. Watch out, we might be the next Clark.
 

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Inilathala ko na po noon.

Why Nueva Ecija is still poor:

1) Poor infrastructure. Ang focus ng national government at RDC ay Pampanga (big infra projects, Clark), then Tarlac currently (SCTEx, New Clark City). Na-ooverlook tayo.

2) Corruption, ineptitude and lack of vision of the provincial government. Given na yan. Pero di dapat sa kanila isisi ang lahat.

3) Brain drain - migration to Metro Manila. Somehow nabawasan na ang migration to MM.

4) Virtually no manufacturing industry. Malaki ang multiplier effect ng manufacturing sa ekonomiya. This is the primary way to grow rich. That's why industrialized countries = developed countries.

5) Natural calamities. Since agricultural tayo, pag binagyo/binaha, patay kabuhayan, uutang na naman, then cycle continues...

6) Lack of significant tourism. Kailangan natin ng maraming Sir Heidrigzs. :lol:

Isa akong example ng reason number 4. I'm originally from Rizal, N.E. then nag-aral ako sa Manila ng college then nag-work doon for nearly 1 decade. Good thing na-assign ako sa Nueva Vizcaya kaya bumalik ako bilang isa na namang resident ng Nueva Ecija. Nakakatuwa ngayon na ang perang kinikita ko sa trabaho ay sa Nueva Ecija ko ginagastos hindi sa Manila. Nakakasawa na din kasi sa stressful life sa Manila----traffic, flood, crimes, high cost of living/commodities, etc.. Masarap lang mag bakasyon sa Manila pero ang titira doon is DEFINITELY NOT A GOOD IDEA!
 

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Isa akong example ng reason number 4. I'm originally from Rizal, N.E. then nag-aral ako sa Manila ng college then nag-work doon for nearly 1 decade. Good thing na-assign ako sa Nueva Vizcaya kaya bumalik ako bilang isa na namang resident ng Nueva Ecija. Nakakatuwa ngayon na ang perang kinikita ko sa trabaho ay sa Nueva Ecija ko ginagastos hindi sa Manila. Nakakasawa na din kasi sa stressful life sa Manila----traffic, flood, crimes, high cost of living/commodities, etc.. Masarap lang mag bakasyon sa Manila pero ang titira doon is DEFINITELY NOT A GOOD IDEA!
Tama ka sir, dahil sa ubod nitong Luzon ay may lupang hinirang; dito ang bukirin na pinag-aanihan ng gintong butil ng buhay na pagkain ng tanan, hehehe. Kapag dito ginagastos ang pera mo sir, tinutilungan mo ang ekonomiya ng Nueva Ecija. Parang remittances lang yan. 😉
 

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CABANATUAN at a Glance

Area
• City: 192.29 sq km
• Metro: 597.51 sq km

Population
• City (residents 2018): 320,730
• Density: 1,668 per sq km
• City (daytime): 1 to 1.2 million
• Metro (2018): 672,323
• Metro density: 1,125 per sq km

Economy
• GDP (City 2017): 55,882 billion (21.27 % of NE's economic output)
• GDP per capita (City 2017): 177,720 (17.38% above national average, 86.03% above NE average)
• Gross sales of registered businesses (2015): 20 billion
• Bank Deposits: 42.741 billion (10th in Luzon outside MM)
• LGU income (2017): 1.5 billion (3rd in Central Luzon)
• Registered businesses (2018 est.): 5,772
• Retail businesses: 2,061
- Of which, car dealerships (City): 10
• Car dealerships (Metro): 4
• Service businesses: 1,702
• Contractors, any kind: 621
• Manufacturers: 193
• Banks: 65 (11th in Luzon outside MM)
• Non-bank financial institutions: 298

Infrastructure
Road network: 840.96 km
Road density: 4.37 km per sq km
Major Roads
• Maharlika Highway
• Felipe Vergara Highway
• Emilio Vergara Highway
• NE-Aurora Road
• Carmen-Cabanatuan Road
• Bangad-Ft. Magsaysay Road
• Circumferential Road
• General Tino Street
• Mabini Street
• Del Pilar Street
• Burgos Street
• Paco Roman Street
• Sanciangco Street
Expressways:
• CLLEx
• NLEE

Malls
• NE Mall: 8,000 sqm
• NE Pacific: 35,000 sqm
• SM Megacenter: 49,000 sqm
• SM City: 154,000 sqm (largest in North and Central Luzon)
• Robinsons Townville: 18,000 sqm
• Waltermart: 10,000 sqm

Upcoming malls
• Primark Town Center
• CityMall
• Robinsons Place: 90,000 sqm
• Vista Mall: 50,000 sqm

Subdivisions by Manila and Cebu developers
Ayala Land
• Avida Residences
• Avida Settings
• Amaia Homes
• BellaVita
• BellaVita East
Landco Pacific
• The Courtyard at Lakewood City
Sta. Lucia Realty
• The Villages at Lakewood City
• Acropolis North
• Don Jose de Real
Vista Land
• Camella Cabanatuan
• Camella Nueva Ecija
• Camella Nueva Ecija Trails
• Lumina Homes
AboitizLand
• Ajoya
SMDC
• Joyful Homes

Universities (the most number of universities in Central Luzon)
• Phinma - Araullo University
• Wesleyan University - Philippines
• Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology
• Our Lady of Fatima University - Cabanatuan
 

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3 new attractions seen to boost Nueva Ecija’s tourism
November 25, 2018336
by Marilyn Galang/PNA


Mt. Bulaylay in Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija. (Photo by Marilyn Galang)
CUYAPO, Nueva Ecija — At least three new tourist attractions in this province’s first congressional district are set to receive much-needed boost with an imminent funding from Congress.

“Isa po sa isinusulong ng Department of Tourism (DOT) ngayon ay ang faith and eco-tourism (One which is being promoted by the Department of Tourism is the faith and eco-tourism),” said Senator Nancy Binay, chair of the Senate Committee on Tourism, after an ocular inspection on Mt. Bulaylay here Friday.

Binay also visited the Holy Face of Jesus at the Immaculate Concepcion Parish in Nampicuan town, which was included in a proposed legislation passed by the House of Representatives on Wednesday as authored by Rep. Estrellita Suansing.

Also included in Suansing’s measure which seeks to support established tourism programs in her district was the popular Taong Putik Festival in Barangay Bibiclat, Aliaga town.

The amount which the legislation proposed to invest was not immediately known. Mt. Bulaylay in Barangay Landig in this northwesternmost Nueva Ecija municipality is now attracting local tourists with its zipline as main draw.

“Kitang-kita ko ngayon na ang tatlong bayan na ito ay pwedeng magtulungan para i-develop yung ganitong klaseng tourist destination (I clearly see as of now that these three towns can help each other to develop such kind of tourist destination),” the senator said.

Binay said the tourism industry faced with good news due to rising tourist arrivals throughout the country really has still a lot to do as it remains lagging behind its Southeast Asian neighbors.

“Because us, we have seven million tourist arrivals and Thailand, I think has 30 to 50 million tourists already,” Binay said.

She stressed that since it is budget season, lawmakers need to monitor the budget of the DOT to help the fourth and fifth class municipality develop their tourism sites.

The country’s peace and order, she said, appears to be encouraging enough despite restlessness in isolated areas.

“I think the mere fact there is a growing trend in tourist arrivals, peace and order is no longer such a big problem but of course, there are some places in the country that until now are under alert status like Mindanao,” Binay said.

“I think here in Luzon and also in the Visayas, we can maximize the tourism industry,” she said.
 

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How to eliminate poverty in Nueva Ecija?

1) Develop large-scale transport infrastructures to connect to Metro Manila and benefit from its spillover. Luckily u/c na si CLLEx Phase 1.

PNR SJC Branchline, NLEE, CLLEx Phases 2 & 3, E. Vergara Phase 2, Palayan-Cabanatuan Road and Gapan Bypass soon.

2) Educate the peasantry. Tech-voc training, apprenticeship, and/or entrepreneurship and business ideas for unemployed people and those who lost their job from the ongoing rapid mechanization of Nueva Ecija's rice industry. This is the short-term solution for job security.

3) Encourage the development of special economic zones for manufacturing near the future transport corridors, i.e. CLLEx, PNR and NLEE. This is one of the long-term solutions for job security.

4) Develop the tourism industry by promoting natural sceneries and man-made attractions, building tourism roads, enticing hotel developers to come to NE, and promoting NE as a venue for national conventions, business meetings, conferences, competitions, and sporting events. A long-term solution for job security.

5) Attract BPO/KPO through the development of high-speed internet infrastructure, provision of office spaces, manpower training, investor support, perks and incentives, and collaboration between the local government, BPO companies and the province's Universities for degrees/programs for information and communication technology and related fields, apprenticeships and OJTs.
Another long-tem solution for job security.

6) A regime change. Choose the righteous candidates for provincial posts - those with the political will to fulfill their platforms and promises, with an eye on the future, and with a spirit to rule with dignity, to defend the rights and to help their fellow Novo Ecijanos.

7) Last but not the least, confer to the BCDA that NE needs the gradual development of idle military lands in Fort Magsaysay. Don't forget the BCDA's Masterplan for Fort Magsaysay. Watch out, we might be the next Clark.

ewan ko pero sa income ng household, bihira ang kakilala ko na mother of the family sa san jose na hindi engaged sa online marketing. so i think it is safe to say na lesser ang hindi kumikitang nanay sa san jose
 

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Isang feedmill ang Balak Mag Tayo sa Caalibanbangan area sabi ni Mayor Jay sa Mancom kanina at maram pang mga investor ang nagbabalak bumili ng lupa sa lugar na malapit sa intersection
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NBP ililipat, 300 ektaryang lupain gagawing negosyo
On Nov 27, 2018 - NEWS SA ABANTE
Tanong ko po san kay ito ililipat , ang bagong National Bilibid Prison ???
 
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