The Local Development Investment Program (LDIP) is a program to allocate the investible portion of the annual general fund budget for funding the development programs, projects, and activities identified in the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP). The LDIP is coterminous with the CDP. It has a time frame of three (3) years broken down into annual streams of fund allocations of projects determined to be a high priority by the incumbent officials in consultation with various stakeholders. A guide to public spending, the LDIP is intended to result in increased socio-cultural well-being of the residents as well as accelerate local economic development by eliciting and orchestrating desired private sector investments.