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List of the 17 Regions in the Philippines
National - Capital Region I - Ilocos II - Cagayan III - C. Luzon IV-A - Calabarzon IV-B - Mimaropa V - Bicol VI - W. Visayas VII - C. Visayas VIII - E. Visayas IX - Zamboanga X - N. Mindanao XI - Davao XII - Soccsksargen XIII - Caraga XIV - CAR XV - BARMM

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*[[:File:Executive order 38 revoking executive order 183(2015) creating negros island region august 7 2017.pdf|President Duterte on August 7, 2017 repeals exec order 183 with exec order 38 and reverts Negros Occidental back to Region VI and Negros Oriental back to Region VII]]
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=There are 17 regions of The [[Philippines]] as of August 7, 2017=
=There are 17 regions of The [[Philippines]] as of August 7, 2017=
*17 regions as of June 2009
*17 regions as of June 2009
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**As of August 7, 2017 the Negros Island region was voided and the 2 provinces reverted back to their original regions. So it is back to 17 regions.
**As of August 7, 2017 the Negros Island region was voided and the 2 provinces reverted back to their original regions. So it is back to 17 regions.
A "Region" is not a Constitutional form of government and is used only for  administrative management or statistics reference by the Executive branch, except for the [[ARMM]].
A "Region" is not a Constitutional form of government and is used only for  administrative management or statistics reference by the Executive branch, except for the [[ARMM]].
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|colspan=5, align=center|''' Gross Regional Domestic Product '''
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REGIONAL ACCOUNTS OF THE PHILIPPINES<br>
Unit : In Thousand Pesos<br>
Table 1.1A.  GROSS REGIONAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT<br>
Year of 2014 TO 2016<br>
AT CURRENT PRICES
|- bgcolor=#cccccc
! Region Number
! Region Name
! 2014
! 2015
! 2016
|-
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NCR
CAR
I
II
III
IVA
IVB
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
ARMM
|valign=top|
NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
ILOCOS
CAGAYAN VALLEY
CENTRAL LUZON
CALABARZON
MIMAROPA REGION
BICOL
WESTERN VISAYAS
CENTRAL VISAYAS
EASTERN VISAYAS
ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA
NO. MINDANAO
DAVAO REGION
CARAGA
AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO
|valign=top|
4,670,500,026.00
231,194,600.00
393,339,146.00
239,160,062.00
1,152,124,747.00
2,014,215,341.00
214,279,234.00
264,787,066.00
502,470,162.00
822,442,048.00
258,688,281.00
256,900,715.00
485,528,529.00
518,707,016.00
351,050,828.00
153,963,169.00
104,835,840.00
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5,043,596,897.00
234,583,094.00
409,097,791.00
236,832,451.00
1,187,307,089.00
2,059,547,574.00
204,848,841.00
282,759,855.00
549,753,304.00
867,162,727.00
271,914,849.00
277,208,133.00
517,648,536.00
565,205,235.00
355,960,468.00
159,038,290.00
99,576,138.00
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5,521,580,999.00
242,619,914.00
450,667,263.00
250,983,601.00
1,304,479,312.00
2,143,549,994.00
210,822,330.00
307,279,494.00
597,274,984.00
966,897,268.00
312,493,446.00
295,451,105.00
577,664,595.00
640,602,041.00
386,793,116.00
167,629,066.00


103,931,508.00
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|colspan=5|Source: Philippine Statistics Authority
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==[[Region_1_:_Cities_and_Provinces_in_Region_I_Philippines|'''REGION I (Ilocos Region) in Luzon ''']]==
==[[Region_1_:_Cities_and_Provinces_in_Region_I_Philippines|'''REGION I (Ilocos Region) in Luzon ''']]==
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Revision as of 22:26, 19 September 2017

List of the 17 Regions in the Philippines
National - Capital Region I - Ilocos II - Cagayan III - C. Luzon IV-A - Calabarzon IV-B - Mimaropa V - Bicol VI - W. Visayas VII - C. Visayas VIII - E. Visayas IX - Zamboanga X - N. Mindanao XI - Davao XII - Soccsksargen XIII - Caraga XIV - CAR XV - BARMM

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Regions and Provinces of The Philippines

NEWS UPDATE:


There are 17 regions of The Philippines as of August 7, 2017

  • 17 regions as of June 2009
    • Added an extra region in 2015: read about it
    • As of August 7, 2017 the Negros Island region was voided and the 2 provinces reverted back to their original regions. So it is back to 17 regions.

A "Region" is not a Constitutional form of government and is used only for administrative management or statistics reference by the Executive branch, except for the ARMM.

 Gross Regional Domestic Product 

REGIONAL ACCOUNTS OF THE PHILIPPINES
Unit : In Thousand Pesos
Table 1.1A. GROSS REGIONAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT
Year of 2014 TO 2016
AT CURRENT PRICES

Region Number Region Name 2014 2015 2016

NCR

CAR

I

II

III

IVA

IVB

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

ARMM

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

ILOCOS

CAGAYAN VALLEY

CENTRAL LUZON

CALABARZON

MIMAROPA REGION

BICOL

WESTERN VISAYAS

CENTRAL VISAYAS

EASTERN VISAYAS

ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA

NO. MINDANAO

DAVAO REGION

CARAGA

AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO

4,670,500,026.00

231,194,600.00

393,339,146.00

239,160,062.00

1,152,124,747.00

2,014,215,341.00

214,279,234.00

264,787,066.00

502,470,162.00

822,442,048.00

258,688,281.00

256,900,715.00

485,528,529.00

518,707,016.00

351,050,828.00

153,963,169.00

104,835,840.00

5,043,596,897.00

234,583,094.00

409,097,791.00

236,832,451.00

1,187,307,089.00

2,059,547,574.00

204,848,841.00

282,759,855.00

549,753,304.00

867,162,727.00

271,914,849.00

277,208,133.00

517,648,536.00

565,205,235.00

355,960,468.00

159,038,290.00

99,576,138.00

5,521,580,999.00

242,619,914.00

450,667,263.00

250,983,601.00

1,304,479,312.00

2,143,549,994.00

210,822,330.00

307,279,494.00

597,274,984.00

966,897,268.00

312,493,446.00

295,451,105.00

577,664,595.00

640,602,041.00

386,793,116.00

167,629,066.00

103,931,508.00

Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

REGION I (Ilocos Region) in Luzon

Code: 010000000
No. of Provinces 4

  1. Ilocos Norte Province, Philippines
  2. Ilocos Sur Province, Philippines
  3. La Union Province, Philippines
  4. Pangasinan Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 9 No. of Municipalities 116 No. of Barangays 3,265
Registered Voters (2009): 2,627,045
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 4,545,906

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REGION 2 (Cagayan Valley) in Luzon

Code: 020000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Batanes Province, Philippines
  2. Cagayan Province, Philippines
  3. Isabela Province, Philippines
  4. Nueva Vizcaya Province, Philippines
  5. Quirino Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 3 No. of Municipalities 90 No. of Barangays 2,311
Registered Voters (2009): 1,735,564
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 3,051,487

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REGION III (Central Luzon)

Code: 030000000
No. of Provinces 7

  1. Aurora Province, Philippines
  2. Bataan Province, Philippines
  3. Bulacan Province, Philippines
  4. Nueva Ecija Province, Philippines
  5. Pampanga Province, Philippines
  6. Tarlac Province, Philippines
  7. Zambales Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 13 No. of Municipalities 117 No. of Barangays 3,102
Registered Voters (2009): 5,472,593
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 9,720,982

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REGION IV-A (CALABARZON) Luzon

  • Calabarzon and acronym for the provinces of: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon

Code: 040000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Batangas Province, Philippines
  2. Cavite Province, Philippines
  3. Laguna Province, Philippines
  4. Quezon Province, Philippines
  5. Rizal Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 12 No. of Municipalities 130 No. of Barangays 4,011
Registered Voters (2009): 6,178,557
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 11,743,110

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REGION IV-B(MIMAROPA) 17th region Visayas

  • Mimaropa = acronym for Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan

Code: 170000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Mindoro Occidental Province, Philippines
  2. Mindoro Oriental Province, Philippines
  3. Marinduque Province, Philippines
  4. Romblon Province, Philippines
  5. Palawan Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 2 No. of Municipalities 71 No. of Barangays 1,458
Registered Voters (2009): 1,375,320
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 2,559,791

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REGION V(Bicol Region) Luzon

Code: 050000000
No. of Provinces 6

  1. Albay Province, Philippines
  2. Camarines Norte Province, Philippines
  3. Camarines Sur Province, Philippines
  4. Catanduanes Province, Philippines
  5. Masbate Province, Philippines
  6. Sorsogon Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 7 No. of Municipalities 107 No. of Barangays 3,471
Registered Voters (2009): 2,774,327
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 5,109,798

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REGION VI (Western Visayas)

Code: 060000000
No. of Provinces 6

  1. Aklan Province, Philippines
  2. Antique Province, Philippines
  3. Capiz Province, Philippines
  4. Iloilo Province, Philippines
  5. Negros Occidental Province, Philippines
  6. Guimaras Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 16 No. of Municipalities 117 No. of Barangays 4,051
Registered Voters (2009): 3,914,326
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 6,843,643

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REGION VII (Central Visayas)

Code: 070000000
No. of Provinces 4

  1. Bohol Province, Philippines
  2. Cebu Province, Philippines
  3. Negros Oriental Province, Philippines
  4. Siquijor Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 16 No. of Municipalities 116 No. of Barangays 3,003
Registered Voters (2009): 3,655,441
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 6,398,628

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REGION VIII (Eastern Visayas)

Code: 080000000
No. of Provinces 6

  1. Eastern Samar Province, Philippines
  2. Leyte Province, Philippines
  3. Northern Samar Province, Philippines
  4. Western Samar Province, Philippines
  5. Southern Leyte Province, Philippines
  6. Biliran Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 7 No. of Municipalities 136 No. of Barangays 4,390
Registered Voters (2009): 2,337,185
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 3,912,936

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REGION IX (Zamboanga Peninsula)

Code: 090000000
No. of Provinces 3

  1. Zamboanga del Norte Province, Philippines
  2. Zamboanga Sibugay Province, Philippines
  3. Zamboanga del Sur Province, Philippines

Two Independent Cities:

  1. Isabela City, province of Basilan, Philippines
  2. Zamboanga City, Philippines

No. of Cities 5 No. of Municipalities 67 No. of Barangays 1,904
Registered Voters (2009): 1,804,278
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 3,230,094

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REGION X (Northern Mindanao)

Code: 100000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Bukidnon Province, Philippines: Cities within the province of Bukidnon
  2. Camiguin Province, Philippines
  3. Lanao del Norte Province, Philippines
  4. Misamis Occidental Province, Philippines
  5. Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 9 No. of Municipalities 84 No. of Barangays 2,022
Registered Voters (2009): 2,230,538
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 3,952,437

REGION XI (Davao Region)

Code: 110000000
No. of Provinces 4 and 1 independent city

  1. Compostela Valley Province, Philippines
  2. Davao del Norte Province, Philippines
  3. Davao Occidental, Philippines
  4. Davao Oriental Province, Philippines
  5. Davao del Sur Province, Philippines
  6. Davao_City,_Philippines

No. of Cities 6 No. of Municipalities 43 No. of Barangays 1,162
Registered Voters (2009): 2,433,932
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 4,156,653

REGION XII (Soccsksargen)

Code: 120000000
No. of Provinces 4 and 1 independent City

  1. Cotabato Province, Philippines
  2. South Cotabato Province, Philippines
  3. Sultan Kudarat Province, Philippines
  4. Sarangani Province, Philippines
  5. Cotabato City, Philippines

No. of Cities 5 No. of Municipalities 45 No. of Barangays 1,194
Registered Voters (2009): 1,896,772
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 3,829,081

REGION XIII (CARAGA)

Code: 160000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Agusan del Norte Province, Philippines
  2. Agusan del Sur Province, Philippines
  3. Surigao del Norte Province, Philippines
  4. Surigao del Sur Province, Philippines
  5. Dinagat Island Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 6 No. of Municipalities 67 No. of Barangays 1,310
Registered Voters (2009): 1,307,397
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 2,293,480

(NCR) National Capital Region in Luzon

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REGION 14 Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) in Luzon

Code: 140000000
No. of Provinces 6

  1. Abra Province, Philippines
  2. Apayao Province, Philippines
  3. Benguet Province, Philippines
  4. Ifugao Province, Philippines
  5. Kalinga-Apayao Province, Philippines
  6. Mountain Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 2 No. of Municipalities 75 No. of Barangays 1,176
Registered Voters (2009): 840,145
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 1,520,743

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REGION XV - Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)

Code: 150000000
No. of Provinces 5

  1. Basilan Province, Philippines - Included in 2001 except for the city of Isabela which is part of Region IX
    1. Lamitan City, Basilan, Philippines
  2. Lanao del Sur Province, Philippines
    1. Marawi City - included in 2001
  3. Maguindanao Province, Philippines
  4. Sulu Province, Philippines
  5. Tawi-Tawi Province, Philippines

No. of Cities 2 No. of Municipalities 113 No. of Barangays 2,470
Registered Voters (2009): 1,692,468
Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 4,120,795

Region XVIII - NIR - Negros Island Region

NEWS UPDATE:


Code: 180000000 No. of Provinces 2

  1. Negros Occidental Province, Philippines -
    • 1st Class
    • 19 Municipalities, 13 Cities, 662 Barangays
      • Reg Voters: 1,478,260
      • Population as of 2010(census): 2,396,039
  2. Negros Oriental Province, Philippines
    • 1st Class
    • 19 Municipalities, 6 Cities, 557 Barangays)
      • Reg Voters: 606,634
      • Population as of 2010(census): 1,286,666