A progressive and peaceful Molave where the farmers attained social justice and together with other self-reliant, God-fearing and gender sensitive people live in harmony with nature.
To this vision, the LGU shall serve as catalyst in:
Improving production in the mainstream agriculture and high yielding variety crops; Establishing alternative sources of livelihood; Developing trade, commerce and industries; Developing gender-sensitive, environment-friendly and self-reliant culture/attitude among the people; Reducing crime incidence and other public disorder.
Molave is a 1st class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines. The name "Molave" refers to the hard, strong and resilient tree that abounds in the place during the 1950s. It was created through the efforts of Congressman Juan Alano, as a daughter municipality of Aurora by Republic Act No. 286 on June 16, 1948. Molave is located in the eastern part of the province of Zamboanga del Sur. It has a total land area of 21,685 hectares. It is politically subdivided into 25 barangays. These are Alicia, Ariosa, Bagong Argao, Bagong Gutlang, Blancia, Bogo Capalaran, Culo, Dalaon, Dipolo, Dontulan, Gonosan, Lower Dimalinao, Pablo Bahinting Sr. (Lower Dimorok), Mabuhay, Madasigon (Poblacion), Makuguihon (Poblacion), Maloloy-on (Poblacion), Miligan, Parasan, Rizal, Santo Rosario, Silangit, Simata, Sudlon and Upper Dimorok.
|Population of Molave as of August 1, 2015 from Philippine Statistics Authority|