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Community Organization Participatory Action Research (COPAR)

Community Health Nursing 2PN1

Submitted By:
Leo Ephraim B. Acabal
Hazle P. Aquino
Michelle I. Baguio
Cristal Mae E. Blanco
Jason Delector
Ronna Joy M. Fajardo
Berlyn Him
Jessa Mae T. Lapiad

Submitted To:
Maam Aron Sheeret L. Balderas, RN

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This work would not be possible without the help of those people who made valuable
contribution and provided us encouragement to finish this study. The researchers would like
to extend their deepest and sincerest gratitude to the following people who made this study
success.
To our beloved parents, guardians and families, for love, guidance, understanding and
financial support.
To Ms. Aron sheeret L. Balderas RN, our Community Health Nursing Clinical Instructor, for
her full support, assistance and understanding.
To our Barangay Captain Mr. Articer DADDY ART Quibal and barangay officials of barangay
Fairview, Sitio Kislap for letting us have our community exposure at the said barangay
and most specially to the residents of Sitio Kislap for providing us with necessary data
for entertaining all our queries about their community.
And most of all, to the Almighty God for the gift of wisdom and for never ending
guidance, strength and knowledge that he has given us.
Our deepest and sincerest gratitude to all.

DEDICATION
The research is humbly dedicated to the following people who played a very
important role not only in making this project possible but also to those who have
always been a part of our everyday lives.
First to our Heavenly Father whom we owe a lot , thank you for all the
blessings, provisions and guidance and keeping us safe in conducting this
Community Research .
For every challenging work needs self efforts as well as guidance of elders
especially those who were very close to our heart.
Father and Mother, whose affection, love, encouragement and prays of day
and night make me able to get such success.
Along with all hard working and respected Proffesors who share with us their
knowledge, teaching us the importance of education and learning.
And lastly, for the residents of Barangay Fairview Sitio Kislap who participate to
our Community Service.
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INTRODUCTION
Community Health Nursing is a nursing practice outside the hospital which
focuses on the rural and remote areas. In building a strong and stable nation, the
development and empowerment of the communities must be of utmost importance.
The greatest need, therefore, is to promote the health of the families in the
community, prevent possible illness and control ailments that are already present.
The ultimate goal is a healthy community.
This venture can be realized through the collaboration of the community
residents. And the advantageous number of nursing student and its mentor. The
community extension services of St. Augustine College of Quezon City have felt the
need to reach out to a community and adopt it as its own and assist it towards
progress. The chosen community is Brgy. Fairview Sitio, Kislap Q,C. On September 9,
2016, the level 2 PN 1 nursing students of St. Augustine College started their
Community Organizing and Participatory Action Research (COPAR) in the said
community as part of their requirement for the subject CHN. The students will hold a
series of activities which will foster care and at the same time conduct a research on
the deficiencies of the community and find out what they need and what can be
done improve of community condition. This effort of entire agencies. Will hopefully
support the governments project in strengthening families and communities that
someday maybe self-sufficient and independent.
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BARANGAY HISTORY
Barangay Fairview was officially created as a Barangay Assembly pursuant to
Presidential Decrees (PD) 86 and 210 which was subsequently recognized as Barangay under
PD 557 dated September 21, 1974

Declaring All Barrios and Citizens Assemblies in the

Philippines as Barangay and by virtue of Executive Order No. 24 dated June 25, 1975 of the
Mayor Norberto S. Amoranto issued pursuant to PD 557.
During the decade prior to the declaration of Martial Law in late 1960s pioneer land
developer B.C. Regalado and Co., in partnership with the Union of GSIS employees headed by
Mr. Antonio A. Ancheta, organized and established a subdivision with approximately Five
Hundred (500) families, named it Fairview Park. The word Fairview derives from the words
per se ; being far from the city or urbanization and of having a wonderful views of its
wilderness covering some 312 hectares of land.
A couple of creeks crossed this wilderness and pouring its clear spring water into the
Tullahan River. This wilderness had to give way to the urgent demand to develop residential
lots for the growing population of the cities in Metro Manila. A pioneering land developer, B.C.
Regalado & Co., saw the potential of these wilderness and in the early 1970s was able to
convert this vast tract of land into residential subdivision complete with housing units. The
wilderness had come to pass and in its place is now found the FAIRVIEW PARK SUBDIVISION.
In the 90s up to the present, Fairview rapidly developed into a bustling community,
with increased business and social activities. The entire stretch of Fairview Avenue
transformed itself as one of the main

arteries of Quezon City providing access for non

Fairview residents. Influx of new residents increased as new subdivisions mushroomed.

Business establishments increased ten fold especially in Fairview, Regalado and Dahlia
Avenues now considered commercial areas. Educational institutions for tertiary, secondary,
grade school likewise increased.

BARANGAY BOUNDARIES
North :

Barangay North Fairview, Tullahan Bridge

East :

Novaliches Reservoir

West :

Barangay Sauyo and Pasong Tamo

South :

Barangay Commonwealth and Holy Spirit

LAND AREA/POPULATION
Barangay Fairview comprises a total area of 350 hectares with a total population of
50,000 inhabitants (as of December 2015), 17,000 households, and 16,902, registered voters
and 96 voting centers as of October 2015.
It covers a total land area of 3,500,000 square meters. Approximate land use as
follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Residential
Space occupied by informal settler families
Commercial
Open Space

60 %
-

4%
20 %
0%

5. Institutional
6. Industrial

15 %
1%

This land area is shared by its 74,737 residents as of December 2015, details of
Barangay Fairview population are as follows: MALE : 36,001 FEMALE : 38,736
Population
Life Stage

Gender

Age Bracket

Percentag
e

Infant

Birth - 12 months

1.08%

832

350

482

Child

1 yr. - 9 yrs

2.08%

7,240

2,520

4,720

Adolescent

10 yrs-1 9 yrs

27.60%

18,465

9,835

8,630

Adult

20 yrs - 39 yrs

30.85%

20,530

9,280

11,250

Middle Age

40 yrs - 59 yrs

31.10%

22,550

10,965

11,585

Elderly

60 yrs - death

7.29%

5,120

2,331

2,789

Number
s

Male

Female

BARANGAY HALL LOCATION


Barangay Hall of Barangay Fairview was located at Dahlia Avenue , Barangay Fairview,
District II, Quezon City. Barangay Hall Complex is a One (1) Storey Building.

SPOT MAP

VICINITY MAP

KGD.Jonel Quebal

Articer
Quebal
BARANGAY COMITTEE
Brgy.Captain
KGD.Emil Lagco Jr.
KGD.Jerry Dazo

KGD.Ariel Alfonso

KGD.Winnie Dumandan

KGD.Joel Erestain

KGD.Oscar Cruz

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

SEC. ATTY. ASTERIO G. REA

TREAS. GENTLY PAJANUSTAN

Exec.Asst.Bong Balino

Admin.Obet Malasaga

Admin.Staff Pipoy Mendoza

PEACE AND ORDER

Ex-o Romeo Tapia

Deputy Exell Esguerra

TRAFFIC CZAR ROMY MAGAT


UBAS COOR. BOY GARCIA

Deputy Emilio Galasi

PWD CHAIR. MANOLO CARANDANG

Deputy Victor Hernandez

FACILITIES, EDUCATION AND CULTURE

HEAD BUPAO ELSA GUIRIBA


HEADVITAL
TWGINSTITUTION
ROGER MALASAGA

HEAD TREASURY PAUL ARAZA

HEAD MEDICAL MEANN PALORMA

SCHOOLS
HEAD LIVELIHOOD JEAN LALIS

HEAD LUPON MEL MINA

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BRAIN Integrated School


NCBA
Hope Christian Academy
Falcon Learning Center
Bethel Christian School
United Methodist Learning Center
Good Shepherd
Sister of Mt. Carmel
School
Holy Child Montessori
Casa Dei Montessori
Mother of Perpetual Help
Mind Builders Learning Center
Fairview Children's Center
Fairchild Prep School
Jonepaul Christian School
Sheperds Grace School
Fairview Christian School
Fairville School of Fairview
Fairview Baptist School
Kiddies Nursery School
Covenant of Grace
Fairview Elementary School
TESDA
FEU - NRMF
DATAME
X
ST. ADELINE
GATEWAYS INSTITUTE OF TECH.
ST. BERNADETTE COLLEGE

DAY CARE CENTERS

SITIO KISLAP
SITIO RUBY
SITIO SAPAMANAI
SITIO BASILIO
SITIO URLINA
BARANGAY COMPLEX

PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS DATA

FAIRVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


CLASSROOM
STUDENTS TEACHERS -

46
4,059
110

WEST FAIRVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


CLASSROOM
STUDENTS TEACHERS -

38
4,370
73

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