• PRA among Top Ten GOCCS
    PRA among Top 10 GOCCS in 2021 Corporate Governance Scorecard

    The Philippine Reclamation Authority was recognized as one of the top-ranking Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) in the 2021 Corporate Governance Scorecard (CGS) for GOCCS during the CY 2021 CGS Exit Conference held at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in Pasay City on 05 December 2022.


  • PRA,1st runner-up FOI Champion
    PRA bags 1st runner-up FOI Champion 

    PRA was hailed as the first runner up of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Champion for the Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) sector during the 2022 FOI Awards Virtual Ceremony last 25 November 2022.

  • PRA leads coastal cleanup in LPPCHEA
    PRA leads coastal cleanup in LPPCHEA

    PRA and PEATC personnel who participated in the coastal cleanup in LPPCHEA on June 25, 2022

  • PRA is FOI COMPLIANT for 2021
      PRA is FOI COMPLIANT for 2021 


  • PRA garners 90.54% satisfaction rating from its stakeholders for CY 2021
    PRA garners 90.54% satisfaction rating from its stakeholders for CY 2021

    The Philippine Reclamation Authority’s quality public service and robust customer relationship translated into measurable success outcomes when PRA surpassed its stakeholder satisfaction target in 2021.  The stakeholders notably commended PRA’s services and facilities as evident in the overall average satisfaction rating of 4.44 with 90.54% of its stakeholders satisfied (weighted) and 4.46 with 91.89% of its stakeholders satisfied (unweighted).

  • FOI Award
    PRA Bags 2021 FOI Rising Star Award

    From left to right: PCOO Undersecretary Joel Sy Egco, PCOO Undersecretary Kristian R. Ablan, PRA Director Nolasco K. Bathan, PRA Acting Assistant General Manager Atty. Johanna Irene Maramba-Gargantiel, PRA FOI Team Member Ms. Luciana D. Samarro, PRA FOI Team Member Ms. Ericka. Anne M. Pacio (Courtesy of PCOO live coverage)

  • Tacloban Coastal Protection

    A pilot program of shoreline restoration using non-structural/environmental measures that will protect Tacloban City’s coastal communities from coastal hazards, it is a collaboration between PRA, One Architecture of New York and Amsterdam, and the Local Government of Tacloban City. It successfully implemented the science-based approach of beach forest rehabilitation and mangrove reforestation using a seed fund that the team won from Global Resilience Partnership’s globally competitive Water Window Challenge in 2017.

  • Cavitex


    The Manila Cavite Toll  Expressway Project (MCTEP) or CAVITEX currently consists of three (3) segments namely; R1 Expressway from Seaside Drive in Parañaque City to Zapote Road in Bacoor City,  R1 Expressway Extension from Kawit to Noveleta in Cavite, and the C-5 Link Expressway from Sucat Interchange to South Luzon Interchange.

  • Mall of Asia

    A reclaimed land along the Manila Cavite Coastal Road Reclamation Project (MCCRRP) within the jurisdiction of Pasay City. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard, EDSA Extension and Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard with an area of more or less 180 hectares. The Project consist of mixed-use development with commercial, business, and recreational areas.

  • Solaire
    Central Business Park I – Islands B&C

    The Project was bounded on the north by CBP 1 - Island A, on the east by Roxas Boulevard, on the south by CBP-II and Asiaworld and on the west by the existing seawall fronting Manila Bay.

    The Project has a total reclaimed land of 210 hectares plus the water channels surrounding it. The reclamation works consist of raising the area to an elevation of +3 meters above Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW), construction of seawall, and containment walls.

PRA Opens CY 2018 Livelihood Program

Dubbed Pangkabuhayan “Ang Sagot sa Kahirapan”, PRA kicked off its series of Livelihood Skills Training Programs for the year 2018. Led by the agency’s Gender and Development Focal Point System in partnership with the local government of Las Pinas City, the launch was held last August 8 at Brgy. Daniel Fajardo Covered Court in the said city.

Attended by a total of 63 participants from Barangays Daniel Fajardo and Ilaya in Las Pinas City, the opening program is a prelude to three livelihood trainings which will impart upon the trainees technical skills on Building Wiring Installation, T-Shirt, Mug and Tumbler Printing, and Cellular Phone Repair. The trainings, to be conducted by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), will run until October this year.

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According to TESDA Trainor Nelson Mendoza, after completing the Building Wiring Installation Training, the trainees shall take the TESDA Skills Test on Building Wiring Installation National Certificate (NC) II to acquire a Civil Service Eligibility of Building Wiring Electrician.

The Livelihood Skills Training Program is an initiative of the Philippine Reclamation Authority in pursuit of the agency’s objective to promote equal access to income generating livelihood among men and women. It aims to empower them in developing their potential as income-generators and to put the Filipino people at the forefront of social contribution.

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Also present in the event were Las Piñas City Social Welfare & Development Officer Junet M. Barilla, Jocelyn N. Anacta and Ma. Socorro R. Balbido from the Kalipi Nasyonal Federation, and Chairmen Roberto T. Cristobal and Rustico H. Antonio of Barangays Daniel Fajardo and Ilaya, respectively. City Councilor Mark Anthony G. Santos represented City Mayor Imelda T. Aguilar.