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DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU

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Table 1. Dataset and Data Sources i DATA

POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA

Please put NA if not available A for available. If A, indicate LGU office that handles this.

POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHY Population Composition Total population, by sex and sex ratio, by barangay, urban and rural Population distribution, by barangay, migrant and non – migrant classification Average annual population growth rates Total Household Population by Age Group, Sex, Urban – Rural Household population 10 Years Old and over by Age Group, Sex and Marital Status Percent of male/ female headed households by marital status Average household size, total municipality, by barangay Household Population by Mother Tongue Household Population by Religious Affiliation Household Population, 7 Years & Over by Educational Attainment Percent of elementary, secondary, college and higher education graduates by sex Literacy of the Household Population 10 Years Old and Over by Age Group, Sex Household Population 15 Years Old and Over by Sex and Employment Status Employed Persons, by Sex, by Occupation Group Percentage of women in managerial/ supervisory and technical positions Gainful Workers 15 Years by Occupation Group and Industry Group Unemployed Person 15 years Old and over by Age Group, Sex and Highest Educational Attainment Number of employed persons by age, sex, spatial distribution and occupation Unemployment rate Informal employment rate Number of households with income below the poverty threshold (municipal and provincial average) Number of household below the food threshold (municipal and provincial average) Number of households who experienced food shortage (municipal and provincial average) Dependency ratio (total, young, adult, economic dependency ratio) Literacy of household population 10 years old and over Poverty incidence Proportion of households with income less than the poverty threshold Proportion of households with income less than the food threshold.

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Local Social Welfare and Development Office. If A.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA NSO Please put NA if not available A for available. C/MHO. age group. sex. of women to total employment by major occupation group and class Population Distribution Number of Households by Sex of Household Head and Average Household Size by Barangay Population Density by Barangay. iodine and vitamin A deficiencies by sex and age group Number of malnourished children by sex. degree of NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO. place of work and major occupational group Share Employment. by sex. OWWA NSO NSO NSO. type of occupation and geographic location Number of households by income bracket and sex of household ahead Average family income by sex of household head Number of Overseas Filipino Workers by sex. C/MHO Local Nutrition Office. Local Social Welfare and Page 2 . C/MHO. total children 0 – 5 years. unemployment rates. By Barangay Migration pattern Migration rate SOCIAL SECTOR: Health and Nutrition Nutritional status by sex and age group Nutritional status of pregnant women (incidence of malnutrition) Proportion of children 0 – 5 years old who are moderately and severely underweight (below normal – low and below normal very – low) Magnitude and proportion of malnourished children 0 – 5 years old vs. DOLE. CBMS CBMS Local Nutrition Office. may be computed To be computed To be computed NSO NSO NSO To be computed NSO To be computed DOH. C/MHO DOH. underemployment. C/MHO. CBMS Local Nutrition Office. PHO. municipal and provincial average Total number of child births (less than 1 year old) Percent of population with iron. by barangay. may be computed NSO. CBMS Local Nutrition Office. Local Social Welfare and Development Office. indicate LGU office that handles this. may be computed NSO. Proportion of households who eat less than three full meals a day Proportion of persons aged 15 years old and above who are not working but are actively seeking work Number of households by income bracket Labor force participation rate or activity rate by age. Urban and Rural Gross Population Density Net Population Density Level or urbanization Tempo of urbanization Sex–specific in – and out – migration rates Population Change Total Population per Census Year from 1903 to latest census year Historical Growth Rate of Population (1903 to latest census year) Projected Annual Population for the next years spanning the planning horizon of the Plan. Local Social Welfare and Development Office.

by type of family planning methods Number and proportion of households with access to: • Supplemental Feeding Health assistance program including Philhealth Number of persons per health personnel Number of health personnel by sex Doctor – population ratio Health programs (national government. CBMS Page 3 . CBMS C/MHO. may be computed C/MHO. beneficiaries C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO CBMS C/MHO. CBMS C/MHO. Key Informants Interview. If A. total number of children 0 – 5 years. nongovernment / people’s organizations). CBMS C/MHO. all causes. by municipal and provincial average Proportion of children under five years of age who died due to illness Number of deaths. by sex. C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO Please put NA if not available A for available. by barangay Traditional beliefs and practices of the people pertinent to health Percent of infants with low birth weight by sex Sex – specific mortality rate by age group and leading causes Sex – specific morbidity rate by age group and leading causes Sex – specific crude birth rate Sex – specific crude death rate Contraceptive prevalence rate by type of contraceptive method used Incidence of teenage pregnancy Percentage of births attended by health personnel by type of personnel Livebirths by sex. total pregnant women. by barangay Life expectancy by sex Number of persons who died. by barangay. CBMS C/MHO C/MHO. by cause of death Magnitude and proportion of children 0 – 5 years old who died vs. malnutrition. by sex. less than 1 year of age in a calendar year. in a calendar year Number of deaths. by sex.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA Development Office. frequency of service. number of livebirths in the same year Ten leading causes of mortality and morbidity (as reflected by the recorded consultations and hospitalization) over the past three (3) years Morbidity Proportion of persons afflicted with HIV/AIDS. by barangay. by type. by municipal and provincial average Magnitude and proportion of women who died due to pregnancy related causes vs. malaria and other diseases Ten leading causes of morbidity (as reflected by the recorded consultations and hospitalization) over the past three (3) years Epidemic occurrence during the last three (3) years Sex – specific morbidity rate by age group and leading causes Number and proportion of couples that practice family planning methods. CBMS Focus Group Discussions. CBMS C/MHO. C/MHO. CBMS C/MHO. CBMS C/MHO C/MHO C/MHO. CBMS C/MHO. CBMS C/MHO. indicate LGU office that handles this. CBMS C/MHO. local government. CBMS C/MHO.

DOLE. public and private Inventory of non-formal programs for manpower training Proportion of children 13 – 16 years old. by sex. by sex Total number of teachers employed by sex. CBMS C/MHO C/MHO. total number of households Number of households without access to safe water (municipal and provincial average) Magnitude and proportion of households vs. personnel composition and services offered. Public/Private Name of Schools and Location Type of construction materials / existing condition of school facilities Drop-out rate. TESDA. by Level. indicate LGU office that handles this. total number of households. public and private. male/female who are not in high school vs. by level. Education Current and past three (3) years enrolment per school. total number of children 13 – 16 who are not attending high school. CBMS C/MHO. (municipal and provincial average) Magnitude and proportion of children 13 – 16 years old. DOH C/MHO. by sex. Magnitude and proportion of households without access to safe drinking water vs. DOH C/MHO. by type of health facilities Number of persons per hospital bed Number of health facilities. by sex Magnitude and proportion of children 6 – 12 years old not attending elementary school. urban – rural Hospital bed – population ratio Health facilities – population ratio. per level. by barangay Number of children 6 – 12 years old not attending elementary school (municipal and provincial average) Number of children 13 – 16 years old not attending high school. by barangay vs. by barangay Number of households with access to Education /scholarship program School enrolment by place of residence of pupils Name of Educational institutions. per school. CBMS C/MHO. Location. by barangay who are not attending high school vs. CBMS C/MHO. male/female who are C/MHO. by source of drinking water Magnitude and proportion of households with access to sanitary toilet facility vs. DOH DepEd CBMS CBMS CBMS CBMS CBMS DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA C/MHO. by sex. DOH C/MHO. by type. by barangay Magnitude and proportion of households. DTI CBMS CBMS Page 4 . by type Number and location of medical/health facilities. CBMS Please put NA if not available A for available. If A. by sex. total number of children 6 – 12 years old. by type of toilet facility vs. total number of households Number and proportion of households that access health facilities. total number of households. total number of children 13 – 16 years old Proportion of children 13 – 16 years old. CBMS C/MHO. areas served.

without sanitary toilets. With unresolved survival. total number of children 13 – 16 years old School – age population. day care services. etc. OFW spouse. Those unable to meet basic minimum needs/ belonging below the poverty threshold b. family life education and counselling. e. relief/rehabilitation. may be computed DepEd District Office C/MSDWO C/MSDWO C/MSDWO C/MSDWO C/MSDWO Page 5 . Those unprepared and unable to fulfil their responsibilities to their members per Family Code and PD 603.. Solo-parent – headed families c. a. etc. Where 50% or more of their population are unable to meet their basic needs b.. Location b.. high school.) NSO.). etc. etc.g. including clientele served) DSWD Clientele System Number of families in especially difficult circumstances. without day care centers.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA Please put NA if not available A for available. indicate LGU office that handles this. d. Those at risk as manifested by threats to family dissolution due to infidelity of spouse. may be computed DepEd District Office. chronic illness. supplemental feeding. etc. senior citizen services. age – sex composition by geographic area School – age participation rates by sex Enrolment rates.g. NSO DepEd District Office DepEd District Office. At risk and lacking preparedness for disaster c. Those who are displaced due to man-made and natural disasters Location of Communities: a. violence in the family. e. working wife. Those experiencing crisis such as death. without schools. type (public or private). If A. location Classroom – pupil ratio Teacher – pupil ratio Elementary and secondary cohort survival rates Social Welfare And Development Number of differently–abled persons by sex and type of disability Percentage distribution of social welfare development clientele served by type and sex Existing social welfare organizations/ instrumentalities (public and private) by: a. e. security and enabling needs (without potable water. DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office DepEd District Office. drop – out rates by sex Elementary and secondary completion rates by sex Simple and functional literacy rates by sex Number of schools by level (elementary. Manpower complement c. not in high school vs. Services offered. role reversal.

by type of building (single. by sex. livelihood. by barangay By type of building. Functionally illiterate. PNP. NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO CBMS CBMS. Local Office of Senior Citizens Affairs C/MSDWO. NCIP PNP PNP. by type of construction materials of outer walls and roofs) Number of Housing Units. Local Electric Cooperative CBMS. ethnic or religious groups Prone to conflicts between government armed forces and organized armed groups f. MERALCO. duplex and shanties) Number of Housing Units. of delinquent/ law offenders Number of persons with disabilities.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA Please put NA if not available A for available. occupied and vacant Number of Housing Units. Classified as urban poor or informal settlements Number and location of women who are: a. by mode of acquisition Percentage distribution of owner-households in occupied housing units. C/MSWDO AFP C/MSWDO C/MSDWO CBMS. by sex. Of disadvantaged social. by barangay Number of elderly. tenure status of housing unit By tenure status of lot Percentage distribution of owner-households in occupied housing units. lack skills in personal care. C/MSWDO BFP CHR. by type of disability. by state of repair and year built Number of Housing Units. If A. NSO CBMS. NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO NSO Page 6 . No. MERALCO. etc. Victims of physical abuse/battering b. e. total number of households. by barangay Indigenous peoples in especially difficult circumstances Public Order And Safety Crime rates by type and sex and age group of victim Percentage of abusers of minors by sex of abuser Population – firefighter ratio Incidence of human rights violations Length of period of military operation Percentage of poor people having access to social protection and safety nets Vulnerable groups and degree of vulnerability Housing Number of households living in makeshift housing (municipal and provincial average) Magnitude and proportion of households who are informal settlers vs. PNP C/MSDWO C/MSDWO. C/MSDWO C/MSDWO. indicate LGU office that handles this. Local Electric Cooperative CBMS. by reported sources of financing Number of households who are informal settlers (municipal and provincial average) Number of households with access to Housing program Number of households with electrical connections Average monthly electrical consumption Types of materials used for walls and roofs dwelling units Number of Housing Units. by floor area and number of occupants per housing unit Percentage distribution of renter households in Occupied d.

type. Number and location of existing policy headquarters/fire departments. by sex. investigated and resolved Other facilities for emergency. etc.) b. socialized) Average cost of housing (house and lot. house and lot tenure) Number of households without own housing units by sex of household head Public Order And Safety Magnitude and proportion of households with victims of crime. swimming. PNP PNP BFP PNP PNP. basketball. by type (open market. etc.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA HLURB Please put NA if not available A for available. Number and location of existing security and detective agencies Total number of private security agencies/force Crime rate / fire incidence for the past three (3) years Number of criminal complaints filed. fencing. by sex. LGU/municipal parks HLURB LPDO LPDO. total number of persons. tennis. Local Water District/Concessionaire LPDO. BFP PNP. barangay brigades Existing number of police and fire facilities. if available) Number of housing units in danger zones Number of housing units affected by infrastructure projects Number of housing units subject of court order for eviction Percent distribution of households by type of housing unit occupied and sex of household head Percent distribution of households by main source of water supply and sex of household head Percent distribution of households by type of toilet facilities used and sex of household head Percent distribution of households by type of garbage disposal and sex of household head Characteristics of existing housing units by sex of household head (construction materials used. If A. Active recreation areas (areas for hiking. area and location of existing sports and recreation facilities a. economic. C/MHO LPDO NSO NSO CBMS. CBMS CBMS. e. by barangay Number of persons victimized by crime (municipal and provincial average) Number of persons victimized by crime by type of crime. by sex Incidences of various crimes Ratio of fire services per person Proportion of household members victimized by crime Total number of policemen/firemen. Barangay Affairs Office PNP. prison camp.. horseback riding. communications equipment. indicate LGU office that handles this. BFP. golf. BFP PNP PNP LGU. BFP PNP PNP PNP. police patrol car. PNP PNP. DPWH Courts NSO NSO. Housing Units by Monthly rental Inventory of subdivisions.g. warning and rehabilitation purposes Sports and Recreation Number. LPDO Page 7 . etc. by barangay vs. fire trucks. jogging.

C/MAO NSO DA. TESDA. Location INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR Mobility and Circulation Network Inventory of roads and streets. by type of construction material and general condition Existing modes of transportation and transportation facilities LGU. Other Fishing Activities e. BFAR. Location and Production of Fishing Grounds/ Fishponds c. C/MAO DA. C/MAO DA. ATO. C/MAO DA. by system classification and road surface Inventor of ancillary road facilities Inventory of bridges. Local Engineering Office DPWH. C/MAO DAR DPWH. LPDO LGU.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA Please put NA if not available A for available. C/MAO DA. C/MAO DA. DPWH. Local Engineering Office Page 8 . C/MAO DA. Fisheries Technology Agrarian Reform Communities a. BFAR. If A. picnicking. Fishery Resources and Facilities d. CBMS. indicate LGU office that handles this. DA. DTI CBMS CBMS LGU DTI DA. C/MAO DA. Area and Location of Key Fisheries Development Areas b. Listing of existing and potential open space for sports and recreation ECONOMIC SECTOR Number and proportion of households with access to programs • Comprehensive Land Reform Program • Skills or livelihood training program • Credit program Number of persons employed by sector (primary. C/MAO DA. Passive recreation areas (areas for strolling. Area. Area. BFAR. playing chess. Agricultural area devoted to crop production b. secondary. Coliseum/ sports center/ sports complex/ sports field d. Gymnasium/ stadium e. Volume and Value of Production 3. tertiary)Sources of income Net household income from various sources Financial sector involvement in insurance and other risk spreading instruments Prices of food products Volume of agricultural products by type of product Volume and value of food imports Average household expenditure on food Crop production a. location and production. Agricultural support facilities Livestock and Poultry a. movies. C/MAO DA. etc.) 9. C/MAO DA. C/MAO DTI. C/MAO DA. BFAR. Inventory of Livestock and Poultry Farms 2. C/MAO DA. C/MSWDO. BFAR. Pasture Lands Fisheries a. Neighbourhood park/ playground/play lots 8. Key Livestock Development Areas 1. LPDO DAR. Local Engineering Office DPWH. by major crops c. c. Local Engineering Office PPA. Key grain areas and key commercial areas d.

by barangay Communications Inventory of communication facilities Number. by Type of Users Non-conventional sources of water supply Flood control and drainage facilities Social Support Average distance of health facilities to population centers Municipal / private cemeteries and memorial parks Economic Support Irrigation system Public markets Slaughterhouse Post-harvest facilities. police and fire stations and sub-stations) PHYSICAL AND SPATIAL BASE Geophysical Flood-prone areas Areas with Erosion Potential Land Use Existing General Land use Existing Urban Land Use Network of Protected Agricultural Areas (NPAAs) and Network of Agricultural Areas for Development (NAADs) CARPable Areas/Lands Agricultural Lands Converted to Other Urban Uses DOTC DOTC. PPA. BFP PAGASA. indicate LGU office that handles this. other water service providers LGU Local electric cooperative.NAMRIA MGB LGU LGU DA DAR Page 9 . MERALCO. a. by type. by barangay Other sources of water Power Sources of water supply Inventory of power utilities Number of Connections and Average Power Consumption. Barangays and No.. NWRB. LGU NIA C/MHO LGU NIA LGU LGU DA. Service Area of Telecommunication Facilities and Services Water Location of water sources Number of Connections and Average Water Consumption. by Type of Consumer: Waterworks System Location of Level II Water System.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA DOTC DOTC. LGU LGU Please put NA if not available A for available. Location. Airports by classification and location Ports by classification and location Land transportation terminal and parking facilities. PNP. other energy/power service providers DOE. DOJ LGU. other service providers LGU.g. b. of Household Served Types of Level I Water System. c. Local water district. by barangay Availability and accessibility of tourism facilities Institutional Support LGU/municipal and barangay halls Facilities for justice administration Facilities for public safety and protection (e. LGU LGU LGU. If A.

plastics. etc. NDCC. PHIVOLCS. days. total population Number and proportion of registered voters who voted in the last elections vs. disposable diapers. giant waves. COMELEC.. tsunami. LGU CBMS. DAR DAR DAR Please put NA if not available A for available. yearly. LGU DENR-FMB DENR-FMB LGU LGU. DTI LGU.. LGU MGB. PAGASA. Existing garbage disposal practices b. wind for typhoon and tornado. number and capaLGU and general condition of garbage trucks.. high us of disposable products like Styrofoam. Lands that can no longer be subject to reclassification ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SECTOR Solid waste disposal system. NDCC MGB. river overflow. of Farmer-Beneficiaries Reclassified Lands d. burning. NDCC. including causes of disaster incidents.) Location of hazard prone urban areas.). areas affected by various disasters in the past Forces that can damage the locality. LGU MGB. PAGASA. e. flood. Area c. water (heavy rain. months that an area is flooded etc. frequency of garbage collection) INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR Number and proportion of persons with membership in community organization.g.g. by type (municipal/LGU garbage collection.) Frequency of garbage collection Hazards or threats which may damage the locality or community Disaster history . total number of registered voters Precinct – level voting – age population Registered voters by barangay (not only by precinct) DAR CBMS. PAGASA. a. LGU CBMS. PHIVOLCS. ground rupture. weeks. NDCC. composting. Percentage of forest cover vs Total Land Area of the LGU/municipality Rate of deforestation / reforestation Consumption patterns of population (e. PHIVOLCS. that are usually thrown in the environment) Availability of technology that are environment . very slow: 3 – 4 months in the case of drought. LGU COMELEC COMELEC Page 10 . PHIVOLCS.g. DENR CBMS. indicate LGU office that handles this. LGU MGB. If A. very rapid for earthquake) Frequency of the occurrence of the hazard – seasonally. NDCC MGB. LGU CBMS. PHIVOLCS. radioactive leaks) Rapidity of arrival of hazard and its impact (e. PAGASA. COMELEC. by type of community organization Number and proportion of registered voters vs. PAGASA DPWH. waste segregation. etc. mudflow. PAGASA. PAGASA. liquefaction. LGU MGB. Garbage disposal system (management personnel. PHIVOLCS.friendly Solid & Industrial Waste Disposal a.g. industrial / technological (pollution. LGU MGB. Local Engineering Office. once in a lifetime Particular time of the year when hazards occur – wet or dry season? Length of time the hazard is felt (e. land (slide erosion. seismic (ground shaking.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA HLURB. Actual No. once in 10 years. PHIVOLCS. Location b. lahar). 3 – 4 days in the case of cyclone.

if any. etc. indicate LGU office that handles this. Barangay Affairs Office Treasurer’s Office Barangay Affairs Office LDCC. Real Estate Companies/Brokers LGU LGU. Assessor’s Office. water supply. government facilities. bridges. Treasurer’s Office LPDO Assessor’s Office. NDCC. cooperatives and peasant organizations by sex Percentage distribution of local government expenditures by specific activities Barangay and municipal/LGU level data • Income. non – governmental Maps of GEO-PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Geographical Location Political Boundaries Topographic Map Elevation Slope Soils Land Capability Classes Land Classification Land Suitability Soil Suitability Geological Map Maps of LAND USE Forest/Timberlands Mineral Lands National Parks LGU. CDA LGU LGU. if any. If A. Local Administrator’s Office Local Sanggunian Treasurer’s Office LDCC.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA Assessor’s Office.. Local Administrator’s Office LDCC.g. C/MSWDO LGU NAMRIA LGU NAMRIA NAMRIA NAMRIA BSWM BSWM BSWM BSWM BSWM DENR-MGB DENR-FMB DENR-MGB DENR-PAWB Page 11 . traditional. C/MSWDO LGU. governmental. Taxable and tax-exempt property Area coverage of specific land uses and their boundaries Ownership of properties Assessed and fair market values of specific parcels Percentage of women in managerial/ supervisory and technical positions in the local government bureaucracy Public policies affecting education Prices of land/ real estate in a given area Level of government investments in the area like infrastructure (e. DepEd LGU. roads. Treasurer’s Office Assessor’s Office LGU Please put NA if not available A for available. LPDO. receipts and revenues Running summaries of collection and disbursement records Financial Statements Information on barangay political activities Current measures being undertaken. for hazard prone areas Community organizations: formal and informal.) Leadership / membership in labor unions. for various hazards Structure of governance Legislations dealing with disaster management and risk reduction Proportion of local government budget allocated for disaster management and risk reduction activities Administrative structure and arrangements for disaster management Risk reduction strategies.

) Protection Forests Garbage disposal sites Maps of INFRASTRUCTURE Roads and Bridges. PHIVOLCS DENR-FMB LGU DPWH. Religious Affiliation Population Density Maps of SOCIAL SECTOR Location of social service facilities (schools. sports and recreation. Erosion Potential.DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] DATA POSSIBLE SOURCES OF DATA LGU LGU Please put NA if not available A for available. Existing General Land Use Existing Urban Land use Maps of POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE Population Distribution by Mother Tongue. etc. indicate LGU office that handles this. Local Engineering Office Local Assessor’s Office Page 12 . LGU DOTC LGU.) Location of police and fire stations and sub-stations. jail facilities. etc. etc. parks and playgrounds. Flood-prone. Local Power Service provider LGU. If A. Location of Subdivisions by Type. Local Water supply service provider LGU Local COMELEC Zoning Office. DA DENR-MGB. Informal Settlement Areas Resettlement Sites Potential Lands for Housing Maps of ECONOMIC SECTOR Network of Protected Agricultural Areas (NPAAs) and Network of Agricultural Areas for Development (NAADs) Location of Key Livestock Development Areas and Poultry Farms Agricultural Lands by Major Crops Key Production Areas Location of Fisheries Zone Protected Areas for Agriculture Lands Covered by CARP Lands Distributed to CARP Beneficiaries Agrarian Reform Communities Irrigated Area Forest/Timberlands Maps of ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Mangrove Forests Hazard Maps (Seismic. EthniLGU. LPDO. health facilities. by Administrative Classification Ports and Airports Energized Areas Areas covered by various levels of water supply Maps of INSTITUTIONS Location of Government offices Location of Election Precincts Zoning Cadastral LGU LGU LGU LGU LGU LGU LGU LGU DA DA DA DA DA DA DAR DAR DAR NIA DENR-FMB DENR-PAWB. senior citizens center.

remote sensing. tools of trade. keyboard. surveying. How do you work? Please circle Alone Part of a team Other (specify below) Training Needs 9. please describe] Please describe your Current Duties 3. mapping. To perform your current job: What training do you still need (either on-the-job or a formal course) to perform your current job competently (eg. disaster management. GPS. Describe the tasks you regularly perform that are critical to carrying out your job effectively. computers. GIS. etc). machinery. early warning system. others)? 12. 5. What equipment (and software) are necessary in order to increase efficiency and effectivity of your work in the LGU Signature: ______________________ Date: _______________________ i [Source: Guide to Ecological Profiling] Page 13 .DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY FOR DRRM and CCA [to be accomplished per LGU] TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR GIS Name : Contact Details: Tel / Mobile Email General 1. What is your current position in the LGU? Have you received training on GIS? [If yes. 4. Describe the type of equipment you are required to use (for example. 2.