Demographic Data

Figure 1.1


The chart shows that the female outnumbered the male by 12%. Male having 42% and female having 5%

Figure 1.2

Civil Status

34% of the population is married; 38% are single; 5% are windows and 19% are children

Figure 1.3

Educational Attainment

0% of the population stopped at elementary; 6% stopped at high school; 3% stopped at college. 24% of the population is in elementary; 14% are in high school; 6% are in college. 5% of the population is elementary graduate; 20% are high school graduate; 19% are college graduate

Figure 1.4


72% of the population is Roman Catholics and 28% comprise other religion such as (insert other religion stated)

Figure 1.5

Type of family structure

62% of the population has a nuclear family; 38% has an extended family. No other types of family structures such as (insert others)

Figure 1.6


36% of the population is 19-40 years old; 16% of the population are 41-64 years old; 15% are 1218 years old; 14% are 6-11 years old; 7% are 65 and above; 1-2 and 3-5 old are both 5%; 3% are 1-11 months old. Person ages 19-40 years old comprise the highest percentage of the population and the lowest are 1-11 months old.

Figure 1.7 The pie chart showing type of decision-making between the families.

42.50% of the families have a matriarchial type of decision-making. 40% patriarchal and 17.50% egalitarian

Figure 1.8 This pie chart shows the number of years the community people live in the community. 82.50% of the community people live for more than 10 years Zone 1 Ticud, Lapaz. 7.50% of the population live for 1-2 years ; and 5% of the population live 8-9 years and below 1 year.

Figure 1.9 Land Ownership 63% of the family owned the land permanently, 32% are living temporarily in the land owned by a private owner; and 5% are renting

B. Socio economic and Cultural Variables B1. Social Indicators Figure 2.1 Data about Health Information 80% of the families receive health information through home visits done by the student nurses. 15% visits the health center , 4% receive health information through IEC materials. 2.50% and 2% receive health information through cell phone and landline, respectively. Figure 2.2 Type of transportation used in going to the nearest health care facility 32.80% of the population walk to the nearest health care facility, 29.50% ride in a jeepney. 21.30% of the population uses bicycle in going to the nearest health care facility, 11.50% uses pedicab. 4.90% of the population uses a private car/vehicle in going to the nearest health care facility Figure 2.3 Lighting Facaility 68.89% of the household use electricity, while 28.89% use kerosene, 2.2% of the household use other type of lighting facility B2. Economic indicators Figure 2.4 Employment Status 55.26% of the population in the community is employed, while 44.74% are unemployed. Figure 2.5 The pie chart shows the income of the breadwinner of the households per month

28.95% of the families have a monthly income of Php 3000-4999, 26.32% have Php 5000-6999 monthly income, and 18.42% have Php 2000-2999 monthly income. 13.16% have of the families earned Php 10000-14999 a month. 5.26% have Figure 2.6 The pie chart shows the family’s perception of the sustainability of the family’s income for a month. _____ of the family says that their monthly income can sustain their family needs and _____ verbalized that it is inadequate to meet the basic daily necessities of the family such as food, clothing and school requirements.

B3. Environmental Indicators


Figure 2.7

Types of Toilet

_____ of the population uses the pail system; _____ uses bored hole; _____ uses water sealed; open pit latrine, flush type and other types are _____ each.


Figure 2.8


Cockroaches comprise the highest percentage of the vectors found in the community having _____. While mosquitoes and rodents are _____ each and _____ are flies.


Figure 2.9

Garbage disposal

_____ of the population has their garbage collected; _____ uses open burning method and _____ buries their garbage.


Figure 2.10

Ways to maintain sanitation of drinking water

_____ buy mineral water for drinking, _____ boil their drinking water. _____ do not practice ways to maintain sanitation of drinking water, while _____ uses other ways of maintaining sanitation of drinking water.


Figure 2.11

Food Storage

_____ of the households use cabinets as their food storage, _____ use refrigerator, _____ use plastic. _____ of the households use basket and tupperwares, and _____ use oven, jar and cooler. _____ of the households do not use any food storage facility.


Figure 2.12

Cooking Area

_____ of the families use the kitchen as their cooking area. _____ have their cooking area outside their houses, and _____ have their cooking area inside their house.


Figure 2.13

Use in cooking is/are

_____ of the households use coal for cooking, _____ use lumber, and _____ use gas range. _____ use Shellane (Gas stove?) and others is _____.


Figure 2.14

Drainage Facilities in the Kitchen

_____ of the households have an open drainage facility in the kitchen, _____ have blind drainage, _____ have no drainage facility and _____ have closed drainage.


Figure 2.15

Source of Water

_____ of households use public water supply while only _____ of them use private water supply.


Figure 2.16

Source of Drinking Water

_____ uses deep well and _____ buy mineral water for drinking. _____ get their drinking water from the NAWASA, _____ uses water pump, and _____ uses rain water for drinking.


B4. Cultural Indicators

Figure 2.17

Family Planning Methods

The figure shows that most of the couple used natural family planning method, having _____ in the graph; _____ used the artificial method. _____ do not use any family planning method.


Figure 2.18

Health resolution preferences during illness

_____ seek consultation at the health center, _____ prefer quack doctors, _____ seek other means of resolving their problems (such as going to the hospital); while _____ go to trained hilots.


Figure 2.19

Medical preferences during the course of illness

_____ of the population take medicines as prescribed by the physician, _____take herbal medicines during the course of illness; while _____ self-prescribed.


Figure 2.20

Cause of illness as perceived by the community people

_____ of the population believed that low immune system is the common cause of illness, while _____ believed that the illness is caused by engkanto, dwende or maligno and infection.


Figure 2.21

Immunization Status

_____ of the children complete their immunization, while _____ have not yet completed their immunization.