Cultural Development

a. Revitalization and protection of our cultural identity as IP communities of Bokod, Benguet bridging the gap for the full appreciation of our cultural landscape, traditions, arts and indigenous knowledge systems and practices to be understood and appreciated not only by our own people but also our neighbors and the world over.

2. Social Development

a. A well-educated youth developed to become fully integrated individuals, scientifically literate and technically competent to assume dynamic and responsible leadership of our ancestral domain; willing and able to respond to the development challenges for improvement of man’s wellbeing and the quality of life and environment;

b. A living condition where there can be: a child who did not necessarily die, a disease that did not spread, medications and health remedies are made accessible to everyone without reservations, and enjoyment of the full essence of human health and environment; and

c. Unity, cooperation and respect for the rule of law in order to protect the general welfare of the community.

3. Economic Development

a. Equitable access to income opportunities and raised income levels of community members, and reduced magnitude of families within the threshold of poverty; and

b. Food security and raised production outputs of other commodities to levels that could compensate for any deficiency in the production of staple food.

4. Physical/Environmental Development

a. Sustainable and optimal use of various land resources and;

b. Regenerated residual forests and watershed areas; Soil and water conserved to ensure a clean water supply in the waterways and river channels for farm and domestic use; and

c. Restored the pristine conditions of the environment as enjoyed half a century ago by the IP community, and install effective and efficient solid waste management system.

5. Institutional Development

a. Develop programs and responsive interventions for the development and progress of the Bokod Ancestral Domain;

b. Competent and capable human resources of the IP communities;

c. Adequate infrastructure, facilities and utilities;

d. Moral regeneration and respect of the basic social and political institutions that uphold community cooperation, unity and cohesion within our ancestral domain; and

e. Reinforced areas of cooperation and complementation in order to ensure the full participation of all the basic sectors of our society in governance and local democracy.