The Annual Investment Program (AIP) is a comprehensive plan formulated by local government units (LGUs) to outline the priority projects, programs, and activities (PPAs) for the fiscal year. As mandated by the Local Government Code of the Philippines, the AIP is an integral part of the local development planning process, serving as a blueprint for allocating resources to address the specific needs and developmental goals of the community.

Key Features of the Annual Investment Program:

  1. Alignment with Development Plans: The AIP aligns with the long-term and medium-term development plans of the LGU, ensuring consistency with the goals set out in the Local Development Plan (LDP) and the Local Development Investment Program (LDIP).

  2. Integration of Thematic Plans: In compliance with existing guidelines, the AIP integrates various thematic plans, including but not limited to disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM), climate change adaptation, gender and development (GAD), and sustainable development goals (SDGs). This ensures a holistic approach to local development that addresses cross-cutting issues and promotes resilience and inclusivity.

  3. Participatory Planning: The formulation of the AIP involves a participatory process, engaging various stakeholders, including local government officials, community members, civil society organizations, and other relevant sectors, to ensure that the identified PPAs reflect the genuine needs and priorities of the community.

  4. Resource Allocation: The AIP specifies the sources of funds and allocates the necessary budget for each project, program, and activity. It includes internally generated funds, such as local revenues, as well as external sources, like national government grants, loans, and donations.

  5. Implementation Schedule: The AIP outlines a clear implementation schedule for each PPA, detailing the timelines, responsible offices or units, and expected outputs and outcomes. This ensures a systematic approach to executing the plans and achieving the desired developmental impact.

  6. Monitoring and Evaluation: The AIP incorporates mechanisms for monitoring and evaluating the progress and performance of the PPAs. This helps in assessing the effectiveness of the investments, making necessary adjustments, and ensuring accountability and transparency in the use of public funds.

Approved Development Plans

These plans have been officially approved by the Municipal Development Council and adopted by the Local Sanggunian. Some have already received funding, while others are still awaiting financial support.


These local development plans are currently open for discussion and review. Final approval will be determined by the Municipal Development Council (MDC).