Sikatuna

Projects proposalsStatusCostYearPDF file
Improving Delivery of Health Services through the Construction of a Municipal Health Station
Proposed2006download
Improving Agricultural Productivity of Indigent Farmers through the Provision of 4-wheeled Farm Tractors
Proposed2006download
Improving Family Income through Swine Stock Dispersal
Proposed2006download

 
 

PDMS Poverty Profile

 
Problems Summary for the Municipality of Sikatuna
PDMS Survey Year 2004

  1. 100 (16.81 %) Child/Children are Malnourished
  2. 3 (0.25 %) Households have Child Mortality
  3. 17 (1.4 %) Households have Crime Incidence
  4. 592 (48.84 %) Households are below the Food Threshold
  5. 46 (3.8 %) Households have Makeshift Housing
  6. 774 (63.86 %) Households are below the Income Threshold
  7. 3 (0.25 %) Households are below the Meals Threshold
  8. 5 (3.71 %) Households have Unsanitary Toilet
  9. 98 (8.37 %) Person/Persons are School Dropouts
  10. 184 (15.18 %) Households are Not Owning the Lot
  11. 459 (13.74 %) Person/Persons are Unemployed
  12. 48 (3.96 %) Households are using Non-Potable/Doubtful Drinking Water

 
Ranking of Barangays by Averaged Level of Deprivation
PDMS Survey Year 2005

Rank Barangay SurvYr TotDep ChMal ChMort Crime FdThresh Housing IncThresh
1 Cambuac Sur 2005 21.89% 22.22% 0.00% 0.00% 51.22% 9.27% 66.34%
2 Libjo 2005 17.16% 14.89% 0.00% 0.00% 64.89% 7.45% 77.66%
3 Badiang 2005 16.44% 32.73% 0.00% 0.00% 58.97% 2.56% 74.36%
4 Can-agong 2005 16.32% 11.32% 0.00% 0.00% 71.43% 0.00% 81.20%
5 Abucay Norte 2005 13.82% 23.26% 0.00% 6.10% 40.24% 0.00% 58.54%
6 Abucay Sur 2005 13.73% 24.00% 0.88% 0.88% 45.13% 4.42% 68.14%
7 Bahaybahay 2005 13.50% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 56.16% 0.00% 72.60%
8 Cambuac Norte 2005 12.98% 23.08% 1.67% 0.00% 34.17% 0.83% 50.00%
9 Poblacion II 2005 11.79% 11.43% 0.00% 0.00% 45.45% 0.00% 61.04%
10 Poblacion I 2005 9.24% 1.08% 0.00% 5.56% 30.81% 5.56% 42.93%

 

Rank Barangay SurvYr TotDep MlThresh Santn SchDrop TnrStat Unemp Water
1 Cambuac Sur 2005 21.89% 0.00% 9.76% 11.43% 61.95% 16.35% 14.15%
2 Libjo 2005 17.16% 0.00% 4.26% 10.08% 4.26% 20.24% 2.13%
3 Badiang 2005 16.44% 0.00% 3.42% 12.87% 2.56% 9.86% 0.00%
4 Can-agong 2005 16.32% 0.75% 1.50% 4.41% 5.26% 16.94% 3.01%
5 Abucay Norte 2005 13.82% 0.00% 1.22% 10.59% 7.32% 18.54% 0.00%
6 Abucay Sur 2005 13.73% 0.00% 3.54% 1.87% 7.96% 7.03% 0.88%
7 Bahaybahay 2005 13.50% 0.00% 0.00% 11.86% 0.00% 21.36% 0.00%
8 Cambuac Norte 2005 12.98% 0.00% 3.33% 14.43% 5.83% 14.10% 8.33%
9 Poblacion II 2005 11.79% 0.00% 1.30% 4.94% 6.49% 9.50% 1.30%
10 Poblacion I 2005 9.24% 1.01% 2.53% 3.98% 8.08% 8.81% 0.51%


NOTES:
     SurvYr – Survey Year – the year the PDMS Household Survey was conducted
     TotDep – Total Deprivation – Computed total deprivation across all PDMS core poverty indicators
     ChMal – Child Malnutrition – Percentage of malnourished children
     ChMort – Child Mortality – percentage of children aged 0 to 5 years who died
     Crime – Crime Incidence – percentage of households affected by crime
     FdThresh – Food Threshold – percentage of households below food threshold
     Housing – Housing – percentage of households having makeshift housing unit
     IncThresh – Income Threshold – percentage of households below income threshold
     MlThresh – Meals Threshold – percentage of households below meals threshold
     Santn – Sanitation – percentage of households not having sanitary toilet
     SchDrop – School Dropouts – percentage of school age children who are dropouts
     TnrStat – Land Tenure Status – percentage of households who do not own the lot
     Unemp – Unemployment – percentage of working-aged persons who are unemployed
     Water – Water – percentage of household having unsafe source of drinking water

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