Source of Water Supply Description: The source of water supply refers to the process or activity by which water is provided

for some use such as to a home, factory, or business (encyclopedia, 2006). It can be categorized into level 1, level 2, and level 3. Level 1 is a point source which is a protected well or developed spring with an outlet but without distribution system, generally adaptable for rural areas. Level 2 is a communal faucet system or stand posts which is a system composed of a source, a reservoir, a piped distribution network and communal faucets. Level 3 is a waterworks systems or an individual house connection which is a system with a source, a reservoir, a piped distribution network and household taps. Data obtained through community survey and Key Informant Information. Table Frequency and Percentage Distribution showing the Source of Water Supply of surveyed households at E- Ramos Drive, Barangay 168 Caloocan City as of September 2011. Variables Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total Frequency 0 11 19 30 Percentage 0.00% 36.67% 63.33% 100.00%

Barangay 168 Caloocan City of the surveyed families is predominantly categorized as Level III with a frequency distribution of 63. Furthermore. This show case that 19 families from barangay 168 get their main their source of water from a source.25% are employed. Source .33% of families having an access of Level III as a means of getting their drinking needs. only 11 families surveyed at E. and communal faucets with the percentage of 36. Ramos Drive. and household taps. their meager amount of money from their employed jobs will help in paying from more decent water source which is solidify for the figure of 63. figure which shows the length of residency that most of the families stayed at the area more than 30 years therefore this figure shows that the frequency distribution of 97% of permanent residency or a family of 30 who resided at the area for a long time. Barangay 168. Moreover. Ramos Drive. While the remaining part of the given pie chart from the figure above is categorized at level II with a computed frequency distribution of 37%. Analysis: Most of the families surveyed at Barangay 168. a reservoir. Source of Water Supply 0% 37% Level 1 Level 2 63% Level 3 Interpretation: The figure above shows that the source of water supply at E. a piped distribution network. this implies that their length of residency is related having an accessible source of water supply which is Level III. as found in figure in occupational status that 53. Barangay 168 Caloocan City as of September 2011. In addition. thus.67% are the families that their source of water is coming from Level 2 which is communal faucet.33%. acquire their source of water from a system composed of a source. Some of the residents’ water is distributed through communal faucet because it is less expensive than level 3.Figure Percentage Distribution showing the Source of Water Supply of surveyed households at ERamos Drive. showed that their source of water supply is from water works systems wherein residents’ water come from Nawasa and Maynilad due to more accessible source of water. a piped distribution network. reservoir.

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Data was obtained through surveyed.1 hour and pouring the top part in a new clean container without creating turbulence. Boiling is the most effective way in killing all the vegetative bacteria. Filtration requires no electricity and usually used to separate particles and fluid. Table Sanitation Method for Drinking Water Boiling Filtration Ready to Drink Others None Total: Frequency Percentage 12 40% 1 3% 17 0 0 30 57% 0% 0% 100. Flocculation and sedimentation is a method that uses aluminum sulfate (tawas) to form precipitates of the impurities found in the turbid water and allowing them to settle at the bottom of the container. Sedimentation is a method wherein the impurities in water are allowed to settled at the bottom of the container for 30 minutes. Aeration is a sanitation method that transfers water from one container to another or by stirring water. Buying commercially prepared water refers to the container water that comes from stores. viruses. Chemical disinfection is a purification process that kills or removes biological contaminants. and fungi wherein the water is boiled for at least 2 minutes more after reaching boiling point of 100 degrees.Sanitation Method for Drinking Water Description Sanitation method of drinking water refers to ways of making water potable.00% None Others Ready to Drink Filtration Boiling 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% .

the next level emerges as a motivator. 40% or 12 families are using of boiling method in sanitation of water and 3% or 1 family is using filtration. Prioritization of Expenditures (on point system) Score Ranking Clothing 59 6 Food 197 1 Utilities 129 2 Housing 88 4 Education 108 3 Healthcare 77 5 Others 4 7 Interpretation: The table shows the ranking of how much the families give prioritization on the ff. On the other hand. It explains that the families prioritize food because it the most important and the basic needs in order them to live before other expenses. . expenditures. Analysis Data shows that out of 30 families 57% or 17 families buy commercially prepared water wherein less effort and the availability. 12 families use boiling method because it is safest and surest way in getting drinking water. The highest score is 197 which is Food and the lowest score is 4 which refer to other expenses. food. Prioritization of expenditures Description Prioritization of expenditures refers to the rankings of the budget of how much the family is willing to spend on health care.Interpretation: The table shows that there were 57 % or 17 Families that are using of commercially prepared water. once a need is satisfied. education etc. Analysis: Based on Maslow Hierarchy of needs. 1 family stated that they use filtration as a sanitation method of water.

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