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Mindanao Development Authority

The Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) is a government agency of the Philippines created through Republic Act 9996 or the Mindanao Development Authority Act of 2010. The office is mandated to promote, coordinate and facilitate the active and extensive participation of all sectors to effect socioeconomic development of Mindanao. MinDA is the permanent Philippine Coordinating Office (PCOBE) for the Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA), that ensures the active participation of Mindanao and Palawan in the sub-regional economic cooperation.[1] The agency is currently chaired by Chairman Emmanuel Piñol.[2]

Mindanao Development Authority
Pangasiwaan sa Pagpapaunlad ng Mindanao
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Agency overview
JurisdictionDevelopment of Mindanao
HeadquartersDavao City, Philippines
Agency executive
Parent agencyOffice of the President of the Philippines
Websitewww.minda.gov.ph

The MinDA Board membersEdit

Board Member Representation/Agency
Emmanuel Piñol MinDA Chairperson
Mayor Anamel C. Olegario RDC 9 Chairperson
Gov. Jose Maria R. Zubiri Jr. RDC 10 Chairperson
Gov. Antonio Rafael G. del Rosario RDC 11 Chairperson
Mayor Ronnel C. Rivera RDC 12 Chairperson
Gov. Sol F. Matugas RDC 13 Chairperson
Gov. Mujiv S. Hataman ARMM REDPB Chairperson
Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri Senate of the Philippines
Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr. Chairperson, House Committee on Mindanao Affairs
Rep. Mercedes Cagas Chairperson, House Committee on BIMP-EAGA Affairs
Hon. April Marie C. Dayap[3] Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines
Vacant CONFED-Mindanao President
Abdulgani A. Salapuddin Southern Philippines Development Authority Administrator/CEO
Saidamen B. Pangarungan National Commission on Muslim Filipinos Secretary
Engr. Sherwin Mylil S. Begyan Private Sector Representative - Business
Sofronio V. Talisic Private Sector Representative - NGO
Fe R. Juarez, Ph.D. Private Sector Representative - Academe

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Republic Act 9996 or the Mindanao Development Authority Act of 2010". Official Gazette of the Philippines. Retrieved 27 February 2013.
  2. ^ "Manny Piñol appointed Mindanao Development Authority chief". cnnphilippines.com. CNN Philippines. August 6, 2019. Retrieved August 6, 2019.
  3. ^ "National Executive Board Resolution No. 2018-14". Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines. November 8, 2018. Retrieved May 12, 2019.

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