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TYPE OF FAMILY: Nuclear- 35 Extended- 11 A.DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES 1. Matrix of Family Members Basic Information a.

Sex Female - 118 Male - 117 Total: 235 b. Age <1- 6 1-4 17 5-9 17 10-14 22 15-19 23 20-24 26 25-29 26 30-34 17 35-39 17 40-44 19 45-49 14 50-54 7 55-59 3 60-64 9 65> - 3 Total: 226 c. Civil status Single - 132 Married - 100 Separated - 0 Widow - 0 Total: 232 2. Years of Stay in the Community 1-3 yrs. - 7 4-6 yrs. - 3 7-9 yrs. - 4 10 yrs. & above - 31 Total: 45

B.SOCIO ECONOMICS 1. Religion: Catholic - 180 Born again - 1 INC - 61 Total: 142 2. Educational Attainment No formal educ.- 18 Elementary Level - 27 Elementary Grad.- 25 HS Level - 42 HS Grad. - 60 College Level- 22 College Grad. - 18 Total: 212 3. Occupational Status Employed - 63 Self-Employed - 54 Unemployed - 82 Total: 199 4. Monthly Income <1,000 - 0 1,000-2,999 0 3,000-4,999 11 5,000-6,999 9 7,000-8,999 5 9,000-10,999 5 11,000-12,999 3 13,000-14,999 0 >15,000 11 Total: 42 5. Dialect Tagalog - 39 Pampango - 12 Ilocano - 40 Pangasinense - 0 Bisaya - 2

6. Social Indicators a.Type of communication network for health Verbal Announcements - 28 Posters - 0 Radio - 7 Phones/Mobile phone - 17 Letters - 6 Total: 58 b. Transportation PUJ- 0 Tricycle - 46 Total: 46 c. Housing condition Good status; does not suggest fire hazard, congestion Suggest fire hazardSuggest congestionTotal: d. Type of industry in the family is engage Farming-38 Fishing-2 Merchandising-2 Business-5 Health-2 Teaching-1 Total:50 7. Environmental Indicators a. Physical/geographical characteristics of the community a1. Land area characteristics in relation to contribution to possible vector problems Does not contribute vector problem-10 Very dry and dusty-4 Open sewage system-16 Stagnant water-20 Total:50 a2. Terrain characteristics that contribute to accident or pose geohazard zones Flat and clear; well kept-0 Some parts that is sloppy-20

Has uneven elevations-28 Total:48 8. Toilet Facility a. Type of Toilet Water sealed-sewer/septic tank-17 Exclusive-9 Shared-8 Pit latrine-1 Close-1 Open-0 Pail system-28 None- 0 b. Distance of toilet to the kitchen 1-5cm 29 6-10cm 16 11-15cm 1 >16cm 0 Total:46 c. Toilet hygiene Very clean-0 Clean-36 Dirty-8 Total:44 9. Water Sources Water district-5 Own use-3 Shared-2 Artesian well-0 Own use-0 Shared-0 Forced pump-40 Spring-0 Deep well-1 Jet matic-0 10. Storage Drinking Water Storage With cover-41 Without cover-5 Status of water sources Adequate-40

Inadequate-2 11. Food Sources Wet market-32 Sari-sari store-16 Ambulant store-3 Backyard garden-18 With poultry/hog raising-2 12. Food Storage Refrigerator-12 Kitchen cabinet-34 Ice chest-1 None-0 13. General Home Sanitation Very clean-0 Clean-31 Dirty-15 14. Garbage Disposal a. Type of garbage disposal Burning-33 Burying-0 Open dumping-7 Through garbage collector-2 Composting-3 Feeding animals-0 Segregation-4 Bury biodegradable-0 Sell non-biodegradable-2 Recycle-2 Reuse-0 15. Status of Garbage Very Good-0 Good-29 Poor-17 16. Type of Drainage System Open-38 Covered-2 None-6 17. General Backyard Sanitation Very clean-0 Clean-33

Dirty-13 C. EALTH AND ILLNESS VARIABLE a. Common ailments for the last 6 months Colds-33 Abdominal pain-7 Arthritis-4 Rheumatism-4 High blood pressure-7 Diabetes-1 Fever-21 Diarrhea-9 Cough-22 b. For the past 6 mo. Was/were there death/s in the family Yes-2 Heart Failure-1 Diabetes-1 No-44 c. Was or were there hospital by admission by family member/s due to illness within last 6 months Yes-4 Abortion-1 Fever-1 Kidney problem-1 Diabetes-1 No-42 D.HEALTH RESOURCES VARIABLE 1. Health services a. Family planning a1. Current users of FP method Yes-23 BTL-0 Vasectomy-0 Oral Contraceptive pills-40 IUD-1 Condom-0 No-18 Pregnant-2 Breastfeeding-8 Spouse does not agree-2 Illness/Diseases-2

No knowledge how to use it-4

a2. Sources of FP information Health center-15 Mass media-6 Hospital-2 Family doctor-0 b. Maternal and Child b1. History of pregnancy b1.1. Age on first pregnancy 12-20 y/o 17 21-30 y/o 25 31-50 y/o 1 b1.2. Age on last pregnancy 18-25y/o 16 26-35 y/o 16 35-50 y/o 13 b.1.3. Number of children 1-3 25 3-5 13 5-10 8 10-15 0 b1.4. Number of pregnancy 1-3 21 3-5 14 5-10 11 10-15 0 b2. Nature of birth delivery/deliveries Normal delivery-8 Nurse-2 Midwife-24 Trained hilot-9 Through CS-3 b3. Number of birth delivery per nature Normal delivery: 1-3 70 3-5 10 5-10 3 CS: 1-3 6 3-5 0 5-10- 0

b4. Number of birth deliveries per place of delivery Private hospital-15 Gov. hospital-21 Lying-in clinic (private)-0 Public lying-in clinic-0 Private clinic-0 House-30 Health center-16 b5. Prenatal Check-up Yes-38 RHU-30 Private clinic-2 Private hospital-3 Gov. hospital-15 No-8 b6. Have tetanus toxoid YesNo-3 b7. Post-natal Check-up Yes-31 No-15 b8. Infant feeding method Breastfeeding-27 Bottle feeding-8 Mixed feeding-11 b9. Immunization Complete-25 Incomplete-18 b10. Place of immunization received RHU-39 Private Clinic-2 Private hospital-3 Gov. hospital-13 services

3. Common sources of health services RHU-26 Private Clinic-2 Private hospital-3

Gov. hospital-16 4. Community problem perceived to have effect on family health status as perceived by the family a. Sanitation a1. Lack of potable-10 a2. Inadequate toilet facilities-7 a3. Improper waste disposal-18 a4. Inadequate drainage system-11 b. Facilities b1. Barangay hall-8 b2. Day care center-7 b3. RHU-7 b4. Electricity-11 b5. Transportation services-20 b6. Street roads-18 b7. Communication system-8 b8. Church/Chapel-7 b9. Recreational areas-7 c. Community relationship c1. Lack of knowledge on current community problems-9 c2. Lack of motivation and support by community leaders-3 c3. Lack of community effort to solve community problems-8 c4. Lack of participation on decision making and problem solving-12 c5. Inability of community leaders to meet community needs-7 d. Others perceived problems that affect the community d1. Alcoholism-16 d2. Use of prohibited drugs-0 d3. Malnutrition-3 d4. Crimes related to drugs, robbery, gambling, violence, and prostitution-0 d5. Out of school youth-17 d6. Sexual harassment/abuse-0 d7. Unemployment-22 d8. Low income-25

d9. Problem with peace and order-0 Additional Data for housing Condition: a. Type of House a1. Strong, made of concrete materials-7 a2. Mixed, made of concrete and wooden materials-33 a3. Light, made of lumber and galvanized iron-1 a4. Makeshift, barong-barong made of used wood or lumber and rusty galvanized sheet-5 b. Type of House Structure b1. Nipa hut-18 b2. Bungalow-22 b3. Two Storey-0 c. Ownership c1. Owned-43 c2. Rented with pay-0 c3. Rented free-3 d. Ventilation d1. Satisfactory-15 d2. Fair-27 d3. Poor-4 e. Crowding space e1. Not crowded-35 e2. Overcrowded-11

C. Knowledge on Proper Nutrition Eat a variety of foods everyday. Eat foods that cater only to your appetite so you could eat well and much. Fruits bought from the sidewalk can be eaten right away. Junk foods are good because they increase the appetite of the young ones. Maintenance of ideal weight for the age is important. AGREE 42 22 13 7 28 DISAGREE 3 23 33 35 4 NO KNOWLEDGE 1 1 0 4 14

D. Knowledge on First Aid Practices Small cuts and contusions may be cleaned using soap and tap water. Open and expose wounds caused by deep penetrating or sharp objects to prevent growth of bacteria. Fracture, sprains and dislocation must be immobilized through either bandaging or splinting. Immediate washing of the wound skin is necessary. Dogs with rabies must be killed immediately if it had bitten a victim. Lay the fainted person on a surface with head lower than the feet. AGREE 42 26 17 43 13 14 DISAGREE 0 12 6 2 25 9 NO KNOWLEDGE 4 9 23 1 8 23

E. Level of Knowledge on Health Concepts and Practices A. Knowledge on Maternal and Child Care Headache, dizziness and edema of face, hands, and legs are common signs of pregnancy. Umbilical cord of the newborn baby that remains fresh may be cleaned by wiping. Breastfed infants are healthier than bottle-fed ones. Thick clothing should be removed when babies have fever to lower body temperature. Family planning is good to ensure good maternal and child health. Pre-natal check-ups are important to prevent complications. Vitamins, milk and good diet help pregnant mother to maintain good health. B. Knowledge on Communicable Disease Communicable disease such as measles, TB, tetanus can be prevented. Blood streaked sputum or phlegm from coughing is a sign of diarrhea. People with communicable diseases must be isolated. Drinking a lot of water, juice and taking vitamins are necessary when one has cough and colds. Separate utensils of sick members of the family as they may spread infection to other family members. AGREE 38 8 38 41 43 DISAGREE 0 28 4 1 2 NO KNOWLEDGE 8 10 4 4 1 AGREE 37 44 44 33 44 44 42 DISAGREE 8 1 0 10 0 2 1 NO KNOWLEDGE 1 2 2 3 2 1 3