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Greetings in Peace!


As part of the Local Government Code of the Philippines, being the Chief Local Executive of the Basic Unit of Government, It is my distinct pleasure to present to my constituents and to other concern parties the Socio-Economic Profile and Development Plan of Barangay Inocencio.


This was first achieved thru the systematic use of the CBMS or Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) which is a diagnostic and an organized way of collecting information at the local level for use of LGUs, National Government Agencies, NGOs, and Civil Society for planning, program implementation and monitoring.


The CBMS addresses the lack of necessary disaggregated data for diagnosing extent of poverty at the local level, determines the causes of poverty, and more.


This details as is included in this comprehensive report and thus provide information for the National Government, Non-Government Organization and Different stakeholders as it also shows the developmental condition of the Barangay.


Conclusively, in turn serves as guide or reference to be used for formulating appropriate policies and programs, identifies eligible beneficiaries, and assesses the impact of policies and programs that will be integrated in the Barangay Developmental Plans and that are responsive to the needs of my community.


We hope that this report make the citizens will be more aware of the present status of the barangay and encourage each and every one to participate and support the programs and activities the Barangay will carry out.


In behalf of the Barangay Government, I would like to convey my sincerest admiration to the City Planning for their support and in effect enhances our capabilities as public servant.


Thank you and Godbless us all.


                                                                                                            HON. TEODORO D. ATAS

                                                                                                                   Punong Barangay



Greetings of peace!


I am pleased to present the 2014-2016 result of the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) which contains the current status of Barangay  ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Lallana on the 13+1 Core Indicators of Poverty and other essential indicators such as: Human Development, Economic Development, Programs Implemented and Other LGU Indicators.


This report shall serve as the basis in the formulation of programs, projects and activities that are responsive to the needs of our constituents.  It will serve as reference in crafting the Barangay Development Plan.


This report also aims to strengthen the partnership of the Barangay with the higher Local Government Units (LGUs), National Government Agencies (NGAs), Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and stakeholders as it presents a vivid picture of the development condition of the barangay. Above all, it aims to increase awareness of the residents on the state of the barangay, so that they become more involved and participative in barangay affairs.


Lastly, on behalf of the officialdom of our barangay, may I congratulate and thank the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), the Local Government of Trece Martires City, the Office of the City Planning and Development Coordinator, the CBMS enumerators and editors which all paved the way for an evidenced-based data system of the Barangay that leads to timely and relevant planning.


May the Almighty God bless us!



                                                                                                             CARLITO  A.  LEACHON

                                                                                                                  Punong Barangay

History of  Barangay Lallana


Barangay Lallana is one of the thirteen barangays in Trece Martires City, and it has been named in the honor of Jose Lallana, a tailor. One of the thirteen martyrs sentenced to death by the council of war during the Spanish regime on September 11, 1896 and was executed on the following day.


            Barangay Lallana is formerly known as “Panukang Gubat”. The Barangay is one of the smallest barangay in Trece Martires which composed of 9 Puroks including Sitio Talipusngo and Sitio Kubuhan with a total area of 15 hectares.  It should be 160has.


In 1970, Lazaro Baysac became the first Teniente del barrio of the barangay.


Its land was composed of rolling hills and plains. Most of the people in the town are engaged in farming, livestock and poultry raising.  The most common crops raise are palay, corn and cassava, and fruits and vegetables like banana, pineapple, squash, papaya, pechay and sitaw.


During the Japanese colonial period, Japanese made a tank which can be seen until now in the barangay.


At present, barangay has a total population of 1, 585 with 322 households. Households are now made of concrete materials and have paved roads.

Physical Characteristics

            Lallana is a barangay in the City of Trece Martires, 6th district of Cavite and one of the smallest barangay in Trece Martires, City. It is composed of 9 puroks.

            Bounded by barangays Cabezas and Hugo Perez to the north, river to the east, Sherwood Golf Club to the west and Barangay Alingaro, Gen. Trias to the south. It is about 8 kms south-east from the City Hall of Trece Martires City located at the Brgy. San Agustin, Trece Martires City, and 40 kms from Manila.

            The barangay is classified as an urban and has a population of 1, 585 with 322 households as of 2015. Its major industry is agriculture. The barangay is endowed with vast natural resources.

Barangay Lallana has one (1) educational facility which is one (1) Day Care Center. It also has one (1) health facility which is the Barangay Health Center that provides basic health care services and facilities to the residents of the barangay. Moreover, this barangay also provides (7) service facilities. One (1) Barangay Outpost, Four (4) Livestock facilities, One (1) Multi-Purpose Hall and One (1) Sports Facility.

Mode of Public Transportation

            By land, Barangay Lallana, Trece Martires City, is approximately 30-minute jeep ride from Trece Martires City proper. Several bus lines serve the Manila-Trece route, namely Don Aldrin, Ferdinand Liner, Dionets, Cely Rosa, Baes Express, and Safeway Express.

            Jeepneys, Tricycles, and single motorcycle are used as public transportation to move around the barangay.

Credit/Finance Institutions

            There are no finance institutions within the barangay Lallana.

Water & Electric Supply

            The Barangay Lallana has its own water tank that supplies all the households within the barangay except for Sitio Talipusngo and Sitio Kubuhan which have pump stations as their major sources of water supply.

            Meralco is the major electric supplier in the barangay.

Waste Management

Barangay Lallana promotes the practice of waste segregation and waste minimization at source and has formulated the Integrated Waste Management System and Ordinance which includes the Waste Segregation and Storage; Waste Processing and Resource Recovery; Collection and Trans  portation of Wastes; and Violation and Penalty Provision. Collection of waste is being done 2 times in a week by the city.

Peace and Order

            Barangay Lallana is generally peaceful. Daily rounds of Barangay Tanods and Lupons are regularly conducted to ensure maintenance of Peace and Order in the barangay. Presently there are eight (8) barangay tanods and two (2) Lupons employed in the barangay. A curfew of 10 pm for 18 yrs. old below has been implemented.

Barangay Officials


Punong Barangay


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Sangguniang Barangay Member


Barangay  Secretary


Barangay  Treasurer


Barangay Accounting Clerk



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