Datal Anggas Seal

Official Seal

Founded: 1998


Population: 7,672 (2015)


No. of Household: 1,672


Area: 10,301.77 Hectares

Datal Anggas Map

MAP OF DATAL ANGGAS

Mission

Magtambayayong kami sa Barangay Datal Anggas sa pagkab-ot sa among handum pinaagi sa pagtuman sa among tahas:

  1. Mapadayunong panaghiusa alang sa maayo og hapsay nga pagdumala sa komunidad;
  2. Dugang pagpakabana sa pag-implementar sa mga programa alang sa de-kalidad nga edukasyon;
  3. Insaktong pagpasabot kabahin sa maayong panglawas og sanitasyon;
  4. Paghatag og dakung pagtagad sa kalambuang katungod sa kababayen-an og kabatan-onan;
  5. Magpadayon sa pagtoon og pagkahanas sa tanang katawhan kabahin sa malungtarong pamaagi sa pagpanginabuhi;
  6. Pagpanday og hugot nga pagpatuman sa haum nga mga balaod o ordinansa sa Barangay kabahin sa maayong pamaagi sa panguma, makanunayong pag-amping sa torismo og kinaiyahan;
  7. Kanunay nga pagpakabana og pakiglambigit sa mga panagtigum, pagbansay-bansay-bansay og pagplano alang sa kalambuan sa Barangay;
  8. Pagpadayon sa pagpalig-on sa maayong lumadnong kinaadman og kultura;
  9. Tunhay nga pag-implementar og pagsubay sa mga haum nga programmang pang-ekonomikanhon og pang-inspraktura;
  10. Kanunay nga pagpadayag og pakig-alayon kabahin sa nagkalainlaing programa og kalihukang pangkalambuan sa tanang sector og ahensya sa gobyerno (local/national) og pribado/NGOs.

(The people of Barangay Datal Anggas work together in order to achieve its goals aligned with its mission for;

  1. Upright leadership to the constituents;
  2. Access to free education;
  3. Health and sanitation;
  4. Women Empowerment and Youth Building Activities;
  5. Sustainable livelihood and Skills development;
  6. Enactment of Agricultural and agrarian reform, anti-insurgency measures and environmental protection;
  7. General welfare and resilient plans for the barangay;
  8. Preserving cultural values, traditions and practices of the Lumad;
  9. Implementation of Infrastructure and economic transformation in the area;
  10. Participation in various activities with the Local Government Units and other private entities/NGOs.)

Vision

Sa tuig 2020, ang Barangay Datal Anggas mamahimong usa ka malinawon ug malungtarong agri-turismo nga ekonomiya, may balansi nga kinaiyahan, hataas nga kalidad sa edukasyon, lig-on nga lumadnong kinaadman ug kultura, haum na mga insprastraktura, lig-on ug andam nga katawhan sa bisan unsang matang sa katalagman.

(In 2020, Barangay Datal Anggas will become a peaceful barangay with diversified economy enshrined with Agri-tourism, efficient Ecological protection, high quality education, strong emphasis for Cultural Minorities, resilient infrastructure, and prepared citizenry for man-made and natural catastrophe.)

History

Datal Anggas, the farthest barangay of the Municipality of Alabel. The far-flung barangay consists of mountainous geographical setting and cool ambiance that made it as the “Summer Capital of Sarangani”. Dubbed as the Baguio of the South, the name Datal Anggas was derived from Blaan words, “datal” which means patag or plain and “anggas” which means source of a water. Upon the creation of Alabel as an independent municipality in 1971, Datal Anggas was characterized as a settlement of the Tagakaolo and Blaan tribe. The Lumad developed a unique culture and tradition. They also established a natural practice in farming and indigenous agriculture.

On 1974, a conflict between Civilian Home Defense Forces (CHDF) and Blackshirt, the rumored military arm of the MIM, happened. It produced a fatal incident of human rights abuses and bloody encounters. During this time, Datal Anggas was part of Alegria. A recorded account stated an event in 1986, where a man and his horse became a victim of a worst flood.

The opening of Alegria-Datal Anggas road in 1987 became a breakthrough for an accessible farm to market road. Transportation of local products and commodities became more convenient. The slash and burn practice or kaingin system of local residents of the area in 1988 became a communal activity. The cultivation of crops was multiplied and helped the area to become self-sufficient. Trees from dense forest were used to build houses.

On September 25, 1998, Datal Anggas became an independent barangay through the Republic Act 3590 also known as the “Revised Barrio Charter”. The efforts of Mr. Alejandro N. Tio, the first appointed barrio lieutenant, became a stepping stone to a strong and resilient governance.

Health Care was a basic need. On 1991, Mrs. Piercy Fajardo was designated as a sole midwife in the barangay. In the following year, 1992, Datal Anggas Primary School was inaugurated. But peace and order volatility and the presence of NPA still thriving in the area. In the same year, an account between the army and NPAs was recorded in Sitio Salimama which ended with seven (7) casualties both from the army and CAFGU.

Natural catastrophes produced an ill-effect to the area. In 1993, drought struck Datal Anggas. It was folowd by a locust infestation and Cholera epidemic in Sitio Ulo Latian with seven (7) casualties were recorded in 1994.

The difficulty and deadly access ways of the area brought fear to the visitors and volunteers. A horse-related accident of Mrs. Mila Mesa, a teacher, was recorded in 1998 due to its bizarre road. In the same year, cholera outbreak was declared in Sitio Kalugbog and Sitio Ulo Latian which brought twenty (20) casualties. Also, in 1998, Farm to market road was opened from Pag-asa.

On 2001, a flooding incident was recorded in Sitio Basak killing two people. A strong typhoon wind destroyed school’s roofs and uprooted big trees in the barangay Proper.

The search for quality education was granted upon the establishment of Datal Anggas Elementary School in 2003. Pertussis outbreak was declared in Sitio Dalid, Sitio Tangis, and Sitio Ulo Latian which ended to eleven (11) fatalities. Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory disease. It is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis.

Tagaytay Primary School was established in 2004 with one teacher and classroom. A water system in barangay Proper was initialized from the municipal funding with the support of the barangay council.

On 2005, a Day Care Center building was constructed in barangay Proper and Sitio Salimama. A primary school in Sitio Salimama was built with two rooms and one teacher. A farm to market road from Alegria to barangay Proper was opened.

The gift of electricity and its beneficial effect was experienced by the people of the Sitio Salimama, Sitio Glamang and the Datal Anggas Proper, it was brought to area through Barangay Pag-asa in 2007. Farm to Market road opening of the various sitios such as Sitio Maliapa, Sitio Basak, Sitio Mennay, and Sitio Tinago was conducted also in 2007.

On 2010, Sitio Lanao Primary School and Sitio Dalid Primary School were established with teachers and schoolding funded by the barangay. A school in Sitio Ulo Latian were also opened with two teachers, one was an Local School Board (LSB) paid mentor. A Level II water system in Sitio Salimama was operational.

On 2012, Glamang Primary School was established. A birthing home, one of Department of Health, DOH’s Project in barangay Proper was initialized. Barangay covered court was built through the support of by then, Sarangani Province Congressman, Hon. Emmanuel D. Pacquiao.

Various schools were built in 2014 such as schools located in Sitio Kalegbeg and Sitio Mayago. They were given LSB mentor each.

Solar panels from Department of Energy (DOE) was distributed to nine (9) sitios namely Sitio Kindag (Purok 1 and 2), Sitio Dalid, Sitio Tangis, Sitio Sulotan, Sitio Ulo Latian, Sitio Kalegbeg, Sitio Tinungcaan and Sitio Iyog. A potable water source initiated by Maguindanao Foundation was started and became the Level III Spring development project. Brokenshire College donated a funding in Purok 1 Sitio Kindang as additional fund to the project. The latter also funded the construction of a Health Center with the support the local and barangay councils.

On February 16, 2015, the fear brought by the New People’s Army (NPA) infiltration in the area was combatted by a strong and active counter-insurgency measures of the military by the helped of local residents. The negative effect of the life-threatening scenarios created paranoia to the people. Seven (7) was recorded casualties and contraband armed was confiscated to the rebels. A months after, on June 2015, the barangay council headed by Barangay Captain Roldan Salimama come up to a resolution dubbed as “Pag-alsa masa”. It was initiated by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) leaders Col. Ronnie Babac and Deputy Brigadier Commander Bañas.

Barangay Captain Roldan Salimama

HON. ROLDAN T. SALIMAMA

Punong Barangay


Barangay Kagawads
CARIS B. SALIMAMA
MAILYN C. TIO
CRIS T. SALIMAMA
FRANCISCO M. SALDA
FRAKLIN M. BAAN
RAMIL M. YUGON
ORLANDO O. TIO

Ex-Officio
JOMARIE M. TUWA (SK Chair.)
DANIEL M. NONGGOD
 (IP Rep.)