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Soccsksargen

Soccsksargen (officially styled in uppercase; pronounced locally ), formerly known as Central Mindanao, is an administrative region of the Philippines, located in south-central Mindanao. It is numerically designated as Region XII. The name is an acronym that stands for the region's four provinces and one highly urbanized city (South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani and General Santos). The regional center is in Koronadal located in the province of South Cotabato, and the center of commerce and industry is General Santos, which is the most populous city in the region.

Soccsksargen
Region XII
Central Mindanao (formerly)
SOCCSKSARGEN
Left to right, top to bottom: Sarangani Bay; shoreline of Lebak, Sultan Kudarat; Asik-Asik Falls in Alamada, North Cotabato; Lake Sebu; and General Santos City the Commerce and Industrial Center of Region 12
Location in the Philippines
Coordinates:6°30′N124°51′E /6.5°N 124.85°E /6.5; 124.85Coordinates: 6°30′N124°51′E /6.5°N 124.85°E /6.5; 124.85
CountryPhilippines
Island groupMindanao
Regional centerKoronadal
Area
• Total22,513.30 km2 (8,692.43 sq mi)
Population
(2020 census)
• Total4,576,407
• Density200/km2 (530/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+8 (PST)
ISO 3166 codePH-12
Provinces
Cities
Municipalities45
Barangays1,195 (1,095)
Congressional Districts of Soccsksargen Region8
Languages

Contents

The region is bounded on the north by Northern Mindanao, on the east by the Davao Region, and on the southwest by the Celebes Sea. The region also shares a maritime border with Gorontalo and North Sulawesi provinces of Indonesia. The province of Maguindanao is situated between Cotabato City, North Cotabato province, and Sultan Kudarat.

The region has extensive coastlines, valleys and mountain ranges. Known for its river system, the region is the drainage basin of Mindanao, particularly at the Cotabato Basin, a large depression surrounded by mountain ranges on three sides. Within the basin runs the Rio Grande de Mindanao, the longest river in Mindanao and the second longest in the Philippines. The river empties into the Illana Bay of the larger Moro Gulf at the west of Cotabato City.

At the south of the basin lie the Tiruray Highlands, a moderately high mountain range blocking the basin from the southern coastline. Southeast of the mountains lie the Sarangani Bay.

Administrative divisions

Map of Region XII

Soccsksargen comprises 4 provinces, 1 highly urbanized city, 3 component cities, 45 municipalities and 1,195 barangays.

Provinceor City Capital Population(2015) Area Density Cities Muni. Barangay
km2 sq mi /km2 /sq mi
Cotabato Kidapawan 30.4% 1,379,747 9,008.90 3,478.36 150 390 1 17 543 (480)
Sarangani Alabel 12.0% 544,261 3,601.25 1,390.45 150 390 0 7 141
South Cotabato Koronadal 20.1% 915,289 3,935.95 1,519.68 230 600 1 10 199
Sultan Kudarat Isulan 17.9% 812,095 5,298.34 2,045.70 150 390 1 11 249
General Santos 13.1% 594,446 492.86 190.29 1,200 3,100 26
Total 4,545,276 22,513.30 8,692.43 200 520 5 45 1,195 (1,095)

Cities

Component cities

Highly-urbanized city

  • General Santos — a highly urbanized city, it serves as the center of the Metropolitan and Regional Center for trade and industry of Soccsksargen.
  • Regional center
Rank City Area

in km2

Population

as of 2015

Tax collection

as of 2012

IRA

as of 2015

Income class
1. General Santos 492.86 594,446 P1.175 billion Php 1,086.25 million 1st
2. Koronadal 277.00 174,942 P917 million

(including South Cotabato)

Php 504.77 million 3rd
3. Kidapawan 358.47 140,195 P554 million

(including Cotabato Province)

Php 509.68 million 3rd
4. Tacurong 153.40 98,316 P555 million

(including Sultan Kudarat Province)

Php 350.57 million 4th

The oldest civilization in the region is located in Maitum, Sarangani, where the Maitum Anthropomorphic Pottery were found. The jars have been declared as National Cultural Treasures, and are subject to the high protections ensured by Philippine and international laws.

Central Mindanao

The region used to be named Central Mindanao. Prior to the creation of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) it comprised the following provinces:

With the creation of ARMM, Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao (excluding Cotabato City) were removed from the region, leaving Lanao del Norte, Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat, and Iligan, Marawi and Cotabato City as constituent provinces and cities. Lanao del Norte and Iligan were later transferred to Northern Mindanao, while Marawi became part of the ARMM.

Soccsksargen

In September 2001, Executive Order No. 36 was signed by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo transferring South Cotabato, Sarangani, General Santos (also known as the SocSarGen District), from Southern Mindanao to Region XII, and renaming the region, from Central Mindanao, to Soccsksargen.

Koronadal as new regional center

By virtue of Executive Order No. 304 signed by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Koronadal was named as the regional political and socio-economic center of Soccsksargen on March 30, 2004. Regional departments, bureaus and offices were ordered to move from Cotabato City, the former regional center of the region.

Special Cotabato barangays and Cotabato City exit

Traditionally resisting efforts for inclusion to the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao despite serving as the government center of the ARMM, the January 21, 2019 Bangsamoro Autonomous Region creation plebiscite resulted in the surprise ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law in Cotabato City. This means the city may now formally serve as the capital of the region and the offices of the current ARMM will be retained for use by the Bangsamoro Regional Government and now formally no longer constitutes part of the Soccsksargen Region.

In addition to Cotobato City, 63 barangays in Cotabato province opted to join Bangsamoro, thus exiting the region as well.

Population census of Soccsksargen
YearPop.±% p.a.
1903 34,729
1918 67,561+4.54%
1939 124,035+2.94%
1948 147,037+1.91%
1960 567,032+11.90%
YearPop.±% p.a.
1970 1,125,779+7.09%
1975 1,297,981+2.90%
1980 1,638,856+4.77%
1990 2,272,888+3.33%
1995 2,700,187+3.28%
YearPop.±% p.a.
2000 3,058,320+2.71%
2007 3,571,347+2.16%
2010 3,837,785+2.65%
2015 4,245,838+1.94%
2020 4,576,407+1.49%
Data includes Cotabato City, which is now part of Bangsamoro.
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority
Poverty Incidence of Soccsksargen
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority
A view of McDonalds in Koronadal in May 2015

The region contributes to the national GDP with 2.6% with 5% growth compared to 2016. 18.3% of Mindanao Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP).

Kulintang exhibited in Old Cotabato City Hall Museum
Further information: Kulintang

The culture of native Maguindanaon and other native groups, both Muslim and non-Muslim, revolves around kulintang music, a specific type of gong music, found in the Soccsksargen.

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Soccsksargen
Soccsksargen Article Talk Language Watch Edit Soccsksargen officially styled in uppercase 2 pronounced locally sokˈsardʒɛn formerly known as Central Mindanao is an administrative region of the Philippines located in south central Mindanao It is numerically designated as Region XII The name is an acronym that stands for the region s four provinces and one highly urbanized city South Cotabato Cotabato Sultan Kudarat Sarangani and General Santos The regional center is in Koronadal located in the province of South Cotabato and the center of commerce and industry is General Santos which is the most populous city in the region Soccsksargen Region XII Central Mindanao formerly RegionSOCCSKSARGENLeft to right top to bottom Sarangani Bay shoreline of Lebak Sultan Kudarat Asik Asik Falls in Alamada North Cotabato Lake Sebu and General Santos City the Commerce and Industrial Center of Region 12Location in the PhilippinesCoordinates 6 30 N 124 51 E 6 5 N 124 85 E 6 5 124 85 Coordinates 6 30 N 124 51 E 6 5 N 124 85 E 6 5 124 85CountryPhilippinesIsland groupMindanaoRegional centerKoronadalArea Total22 513 30 km2 8 692 43 sq mi Population 2020 census 1 Total4 576 407 Density200 km2 530 sq mi Time zoneUTC 8 PST ISO 3166 codePH 12Provinces4 CotabatoSaranganiSouth CotabatoSultan KudaratCities4 General SantosKidapawanKoronadalTacurongMunicipalities45Barangays1 195 1 095 Congressional Districts of Soccsksargen Region8LanguagesHiligaynonMaguindanaoCebuanoIranunSaranganiTboliBlaanDulangan ManoboOboTagabawaTedurayIlianenIlocanoKapampanganKaray aTagalogEnglish Contents 1 Geography 1 1 Administrative divisions 1 2 Cities 1 2 1 Component cities 1 2 2 Highly urbanized city 2 History 2 1 Central Mindanao 2 2 Soccsksargen 2 3 Koronadal as new regional center 2 4 Special Cotabato barangays and Cotabato City exit 3 Demographics 4 Economy 5 Musical heritage 6 Government 7 References 8 External linksGeography EditThe region is bounded on the north by Northern Mindanao on the east by the Davao Region and on the southwest by the Celebes Sea The region also shares a maritime border with Gorontalo and North Sulawesi provinces of Indonesia The province of Maguindanao is situated between Cotabato City North Cotabato province and Sultan Kudarat The region has extensive coastlines valleys and mountain ranges Known for its river system the region is the drainage basin of Mindanao particularly at the Cotabato Basin a large depression surrounded by mountain ranges on three sides 3 4 Within the basin runs the Rio Grande de Mindanao the longest river in Mindanao and the second longest in the Philippines The river empties into the Illana Bay of the larger Moro Gulf at the west of Cotabato City At the south of the basin lie the Tiruray Highlands a moderately high mountain range blocking the basin from the southern coastline 3 Southeast of the mountains lie the Sarangani Bay Administrative divisions Edit Map of Region XII Soccsksargen comprises 4 provinces 1 highly urbanized city 3 component cities 45 municipalities and 1 195 barangays Province or City Capital Population 2015 1 Area 5 6 Density Cities Muni Barangaykm2 sq mi km2 sq mi Cotabato Kidapawan 30 4 1 379 747 9 008 90 3 478 36 150 390 1 17 543 480 7 Sarangani Alabel 12 0 544 261 3 601 25 1 390 45 150 390 0 7 141 South Cotabato Koronadal 20 1 915 289 3 935 95 1 519 68 230 600 1 10 199 Sultan Kudarat Isulan 17 9 812 095 5 298 34 2 045 70 150 390 1 11 249General Santos 13 1 594 446 492 86 190 29 1 200 3 100 26Total 4 545 276 22 513 30 8 692 43 200 520 5 45 1 195 1 095 8 9 General Santos is a highly urbanized city figures are excluded from South Cotabato Cities Edit Component cities Edit Kidapawan the only city of Cotabato province Koronadal the political regional center of Soccsksargen Tacurong only city of Sultan KudaratHighly urbanized city Edit General Santos a highly urbanized city it serves as the center of the Metropolitan and Regional Center for trade and industry of Soccsksargen Regional center Rank City Area in km2 Population as of 2015 Tax collection as of 2012 10 IRA as of 2015 Income class1 General Santos 492 86 594 446 P1 175 billion Php 1 086 25 million 1st2 Koronadal 277 00 174 942 P917 million including South Cotabato Php 504 77 million 3rd3 Kidapawan 358 47 140 195 P554 million including Cotabato Province Php 509 68 million 3rd4 Tacurong 153 40 98 316 P555 million including Sultan Kudarat Province Php 350 57 million 4thHistory EditThe oldest civilization in the region is located in Maitum Sarangani where the Maitum Anthropomorphic Pottery were found The jars have been declared as National Cultural Treasures and are subject to the high protections ensured by Philippine and international laws Central Mindanao Edit The region used to be named Central Mindanao Prior to the creation of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao ARMM it comprised the following provinces Maguindanao North Cotabato Sultan Kudarat Lanao del Norte Lanao del Sur With the creation of ARMM Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao excluding Cotabato City were removed from the region leaving Lanao del Norte Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat and Iligan Marawi and Cotabato City as constituent provinces and cities 11 Lanao del Norte and Iligan were later transferred to Northern Mindanao while Marawi became part of the ARMM Soccsksargen Edit In September 2001 Executive Order No 36 was signed by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo transferring South Cotabato Sarangani General Santos also known as the SocSarGen District from Southern Mindanao to Region XII and renaming the region from Central Mindanao to Soccsksargen 2 12 Koronadal as new regional center Edit By virtue of Executive Order No 304 signed by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Koronadal was named as the regional political and socio economic center of Soccsksargen on March 30 2004 Regional departments bureaus and offices were ordered to move from Cotabato City the former regional center of the region Special Cotabato barangays and Cotabato City exit Edit Traditionally resisting efforts for inclusion to the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao despite serving as the government center of the ARMM the January 21 2019 Bangsamoro Autonomous Region creation plebiscite resulted in the surprise ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law in Cotabato City This means the city may now formally serve as the capital of the region and the offices of the current ARMM will be retained for use by the Bangsamoro Regional Government and now formally no longer constitutes part of the Soccsksargen Region In addition to Cotobato City 63 barangays in Cotabato province opted to join Bangsamoro thus exiting the region as well Demographics EditPopulation census of SoccsksargenYearPop p a 190334 729 191867 561 4 54 1939124 035 2 94 1948147 037 1 91 1960567 032 11 90 YearPop p a 19701 125 779 7 09 19751 297 981 2 90 19801 638 856 4 77 19902 272 888 3 33 19952 700 187 3 28 YearPop p a 20003 058 320 2 71 20073 571 347 2 16 20103 837 785 2 65 20154 245 838 1 94 20204 576 407 1 49 Data includes Cotabato City which is now part of Bangsamoro Source Philippine Statistics Authority 1 Economy EditPoverty Incidence of SoccsksargenSource Philippine Statistics Authority 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 A view of McDonalds in Koronadal in May 2015 The region contributes to the national GDP with 2 6 with 5 growth compared to 2016 18 3 of Mindanao Gross Regional Domestic Product GRDP 20 Musical heritage Edit Kulintang exhibited in Old Cotabato City Hall Museum Further information Kulintang The culture of native Maguindanaon and other native groups both Muslim and non Muslim revolves around kulintang music a specific type of gong music found in the Soccsksargen Government EditCotabato Gov Nancy A Catamco PDP Laban South Cotabato Gov Reynaldo S Tamayo Jr Partido Federal ng Pilipinas PFP Sultan Kudarat Gov Datu Suharto Teng T Mangudadatu NUP Sarangani Gov Steve C Solon PDP Laban General Santos HUC Mayor Ronnel Nel RiveraReferences Edit a b c Census of Population 2015 Region XII Soccsksargen Total Population by Province City Municipality and Barangay PSA Retrieved June 20 2016 a b Executive Order No 36 Providing for the Reorganization of the Administrative Regions in Mindanao and for Other Purposes Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines Malacanang Manila Philippines September 19 2001 Retrieved March 29 2016 SECTION 4 Region XII is hereby reorganized to be known as SOCCSKSARGEN and shall be composed of the following provinces and cities a Provinces i North Cotabato ii Sarangani iii South Cotabato iv Sultan Kudarat b Cities i Cotabato City ii General Santos City iii Kidapawan City iv Koronadal City v Tacurong City a b Wernstedt Frederick L Spencer Joseph Earl 1978 The Philippine Island World A Physical Cultural and Regional Geography Berkeley University of California Press pp 32 37 ISBN 9780520035133 Retrieved January 27 2016 Hinz Erhard 1985 Human Helminthiases in the Philippines the Epidemiological and Geomedical Situation Berlin Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg pp 129 131 ISBN 9783642708411 Retrieved January 27 2016 List of Provinces PSGC Interactive Makati Philippines National Statistical Coordination Board Retrieved March 20 2013 List of Cities PSGC Interactive Makati Philippines National Statistical Coordination Board Retrieved March 20 2013 Punzalan Noel November 20 2019 NoCot officially turns over 63 villages to BARMM Philippine News Agency Retrieved June 1 2021 Ropero Gillan December 15 2020 Cotabato City formally joins Bangsamoro gov t ABS CBN News Retrieved June 1 2020 Cabrera Ferdinand H December 15 2020 Cotabato City now officially part of Bangsamoro region GMA News Retrieved June 1 2021 Zonio Aquiles Z Central Mindanao PH s top tax revenue generator next to Metro Manila business inquirer net Retrieved May 18 2017 2000 Census of Population and Housing Central Mindanao Literacy Rate at 87 Percent Philippine Statistics Authority December 9 2002 Retrieved March 29 2016 As of May 1 2000 the total population of Central Mindanao which covers the provinces of Lanao del Norte North Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat and the cities of Iligan Marawi and Cotabato was 2 598 210 persons Southern Mindanao Is Now All Davao Region RDC XI Bulletin Oct Dec 2001 Volume 7 National Statistical Coordination Board January 29 2002 Archived from the original on January 2 2016 Retrieved March 29 2016 Southern Mindanao or Region XI is now known as Davao Region and comprises four provinces Compostela Valley Davao del Norte Davao del Sur and Davao Oriental and five cities Davao Digos Panabo Tagum and the Island Garden City of Samal Said provinces and cities are situated along the Davao Gulf area South Cotabato Sarangani General Santos City SOCSARGEN and Koronadal City which were part of the old Region XI have been transferred to Region XII Poverty incidence PI Philippine Statistics Authority Retrieved December 28 2020 https psa gov ph sites default files NSCB LocalPovertyPhilippines 0 pdf publication date 29 November 2005 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority https psa gov ph sites default files 2009 20Poverty 20Statistics pdf publication date 8 February 2011 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority https psa gov ph sites default files Table 202 20 20Annual 20Per 20Capita 20Poverty 20Threshold 2C 20Poverty 20Incidence 20and 20Magnitude 20of 20Poor 20Population 2C 20by 20Region 20and 20Province 20 20 202006 2C 202009 2C 202012 20and 202015 xlsx publication date 27 August 2016 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority https psa gov ph sites default files Table 202 20 20Annual 20Per 20Capita 20Poverty 20Threshold 2C 20Poverty 20Incidence 20and 20Magnitude 20of 20Poor 20Population 2C 20by 20Region 20and 20Province 20 20 202006 2C 202009 2C 202012 20and 202015 xlsx publication date 27 August 2016 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority https psa gov ph sites default files Table 202 20 20Annual 20Per 20Capita 20Poverty 20Threshold 2C 20Poverty 20Incidence 20and 20Magnitude 20of 20Poor 20Population 2C 20by 20Region 20and 20Province 20 20 202006 2C 202009 2C 202012 20and 202015 xlsx publication date 27 August 2016 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority https psa gov ph sites default files Table 202 20 20Updated 20Annual 20Per 20Capita 20Poverty 20Threshold 2C 20Poverty 20Incidence 20and 20Magnitude 20of 20Poor 20Population 20with 20Measures 20of 20Precision 2C 20by 20Region 20and 20Province 2015 20and 202018 xlsx publication date 4 June 2020 publisher Philippine Statistics Authority NEDA launches regional dev t plan in SOCCSKSARGEN External links Edit Media related to Soccsksargen at Wikimedia Commons Soccsksargen travel guide from Wikivoyage Geographic data related to Soccsksargen at OpenStreetMap Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Soccsksargen amp oldid 1050066541, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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