Geographic Location

            Abra  is  a landlocked  province  on  the  Western side of the massive Cordillera in Northern  Luzon. Its deep valleys and sloping hills are enclosed by rugged mountains, except in the Western portion where the Abra River flows towards the coastal plains of Ilocos Sur. Abra’s neighbors are Ilocos Norte and Apayao in the north, Mountain Province in the South, Ilocos Sur on the Southwest and Kalinga on the East.

            Classification                          :     3rd Class

            Capital Town                          :      Bangued

            Total Land Area                    :       387,555 hectares

            No. of District                       :        Lone District

            Governor                               :       Hon. Ma. Jocelyn V. Bernos

            No. of barangays                 :        303

            Population                           :        230,953 (as of Aug. 2007)

            Existing Industries            :        Bamboocraft & Furnishings


                                                               Wood Furniture & Furnishings


                                                             Processed Food (Fruit, sugarcane-based, rice-based, veggie noodles, meat)

                                                               Coffee Industry

                                                               Corn Industry

                                                               Tobacco Industry