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An Analysis of the Health Status of Lily Feliciano, Brgy.

Pasung Putik, Maligaya, Quezon City

A Community Health Project Presented to the College of Medical Technology Our Lady of Fatima University

History of Quezon City
 San Francisco del Monte, Novaliches, and Balintawak

were small individual towns composed of Quezon City before it was named. In the early 20th century, former President Manuel L. Quezon dreamt of a city that would become the future capital of the Republic of the Philippines to replace Manila. In 1938, President Quezon created the People's Homesite Corporation and purchased 15.29 km2 (6 sq mi) lands from the huge Diliman property of the Tuason family. (This land formerly was known as Bario Obrero "Home of the Middle Workers" before changed to Quezon City.)

 The National Assembly of the Philippine

Commonwealth enacted the Commonwealth Act 502 otherwise known as the Charter of Quezon City. Assemblymen Narciso Ramos (father of President Fidel V. Ramos) and Ramon Mitra, Sr. (father of Speaker Ramon Mitra, Jr.) lobbied the congress to name the city after the current president. On October 12, 1939, President Quezon allowed the bill to lapse into law without his signature thus Quezon City was born.

60 km2 (60 sq mi). the Quezon City Charter was revised by Republic Act No. 1948. 333 which redefined the CaloocanQuezon City boundary and declaring Quezon City to be the republic's capital with a specified city's area of 156. Because of this. San Bartolome. Some barangays which originally belonged to Novaliches and has a land area of 8. Pugad Lawin. Kabuyao. and Pasong Putik. Banlat. 1950. Bagbag. But on June 16. 537. Novaliches Poblacion. Pasong Tamo. Talipapa. stating to change the city's boundaries to an area of 153. After the Second World War on July 17. Elpidio Quirino signed the Republic Act No. and the North section being sub-rural. the South section being the urbanized part. These were Baesa. . Caloocan was divided into two separated parts.100 hectares were taken from Caloocan and surrendered to Quezon City.59 km2 (59 sq mi).

On October 1. 1575. the third and final boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. 1975. more revisions were made to the city's land area by Republic Act No. Quezon City became the actual site of the "Thrilla in Manila". exactly after six years on June 16. Yet the Quezon City government website states that its present area is 161. On November 7. 824 of President Ferdinand Marcos was promulgated and was recognized in Metro Manila. 1975. However. 1956.06 km2 (58 sq mi). . the Presidential Decree No. which specified its area as 151.12 km2 (62 sq mi).

Quezon City became one of the 17 cities and municipalities of Metro Manila. 1986. . Quezon from Manila North Cemetery to the erected Quezon Memorial Monument located at the Quezon Elliptical Road. 1976 stating to transfer the capitalism back to Manila. 940 on June 24. Manuel L. On March 31. The next year’s Presidential Decree No. But before that. The portion of the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue. President Ferdinand Marcos ordered to transfer the remnants of President Manuel L. Quezon City became the venue of the bloodless People Power Revolution on February 22. Quezon Monument and the City Hall. 1978.

Ramos signed Republic Act. Quezon City is the first local government to use an automated real estate assessment and payment system in the Philippines. 8535. An Act presented for the creation of the City of Novaliches comprising the 15 northernmost barangays of Quezon City. Through a successful voting done on October 23. an overpowering majority of Quezon City residents rejected the separation of Novaliches. No. The city government developed a database system that currently contains around 400. On February 23. 1999. .000 property units with capability to record payments. President Fidel V. 1998.

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This city is considered to be the most populated city of the Philippines. with a 2.92% annual growth rate.933 persons per kilometer.179.Demography  The population of Quezon City as of 2012 is estimated as 3. Population density is 19.536 people. Hundreds of constituents from other parts of the country migrating to the city every year thus the city were called as a melting point of cultures. .

It is second to the biggest city of the country next to Davao but considered to be the biggest city in Metro Manila.Land Area  It has a land area of 15. .359 hectares.

These barangays are grouped into four (4) congressional districts. As of July 2. where in each district is represented by a congressman in the House of Representatives. to divide and reapportion the second district into three (3) more legislative districts. bringing the total of six (6) districts. . 10170.Number of Barangays  Quezon City has 142 barangays. Republic Act No. President Benigno S. 2012. Aquino III signed a law.

550 100.220 69.740 71.954 85.000 .764 186.385 119.000 101. 2010 Commonwealth Batasan Hills 150.000 200.Top Ten Populous Barangays Quezon City.543 Payatas Holy Spirit Pasong Tamo Tandang Sora Bagong Silang Sauyo Matandang Balara Bahay Taro 0 50.053 150.000 85.121 78.222 74.

887 Rate 15.826 rate 19.00 908 22.99 222 0.66 33 0.93 500 13.71 246 0.762 4. 42.81 .16 10.45 11.00 822 17. 45. 38. Live Birth 45.94 2004 No.534 rate 19.139 Rate 17.33 Neo-Natal death Infant Death 534 11.566 4.SUMMARY OF VITAL HEALTH STATISTICS QUEZON CITY 2003-2007 2003 No.93 217 0.65 605 13.88 261 1.55 30 0.243 Rate 16.24 2007 No.00 2006 No.00 935 24.638 4.41 2005 No.00 Maternal Death Child Death 23 0.414 4.86 21 0.29 571 14.55 10. 37.94 960 21.50 30 0.44 10.44 875 3.00 Death 9.01 244 0.19 432 10.103 4.

926 83.907 7. 5.270 3.147 3.913 43.839 28. 3. 4.942 4.916 4.200 3.257 1. 6.348 2.142 7.026 2.350 2.000 POPULATION 1.909 7.776 9. 9. Upper respiratory tract infection 39.52 7. Urinary tract infection 2.903 2.762 3.791 4.960 8.75 2.353 2.786 1.563 6. 8. Acute Gastroenteritis Abscess Systemic Vital Infection (SVI) Other skin problems 3.223 3.LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY ALL AGES (ANNUAL 2012) DISEASES FEMALE MALE TOTAL RATE per 100.911 3.19 1.190 6.64 1.71 2.438 2.71 2.374 4.79 2.64 1.18 5.354 4.46 .494 (UTI) Hypertension Pneumonia Acute bronchitis Pulmonary Tuberculosis (PTB) 2.

3.072 71 2.00 POPULATION 1. Pneumonia Cancer - 635 662 206 64 575 501 --143 1.163 206 207 41 40 Breast Lung - Colon Prostate Cervical Liver 66 --55 21 24 33 7 73 75 --28 16 --15 139 75 55 49 40 33 22 .LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY ALL AGES (ANNUAL 2012) DISEASES FEMALE MALE TOTAL RATE per 100.210 1. Hypertension/ HCVD/HAVSC VD 845 1.Pancreatic - Ovarian Leukemia .227 2.

MI/HD/CHD 222 429 651 22 6. Bronchial Asthma 135 197 332 11 10. CAD/ASHD/ Aterosclerosis 277 417 694 24 5.4. COPD 136 209 345 12 9. DM II/DM 285 260 545 19 8. CVA/BLEED/I NFARCT 113 191 304 10 . Pulmonary tuberculosis 171 417 588 20 7.

working together and in partnership with the people towards a peaceful and progressive community. With respect to it.Description of the Barangay Pasong Putik Proper  The Barangay Pasong Putik came from the word “Pasong putik” literally means a muddy mountain pass. In this part. Their mission is to provide quality service to the people and to uphold their fundamental rights to enjoy quality living condition in an environment of peace and prosperity. readers can have an access about the different information of the said barangay. their vision is the barangay officials and personnel of pasong putik proper envision themselves to be a model of responsible and effective leadership. .

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Situational Analysis  General Objective:  • To develop the health of the people in the adopted     community through education of the proper personal hygiene Specific Objectives: • To impart the importance of personal hygiene and the need to practice it • To demonstrate good hygiene practices including the proper brushing of teeth. bathing and hand washing • To inform the participant of the significance of proper personal hygiene as a way of preventing one from diseases .

This is part of the reforms to promote ease of doing business in the city. fees and charges collected have factual. City Treasurers office.  The task force is composed of representatives from the following operating units of the QC local government: building permits and Licensing office. City Assessor’s office. . real and legal basis. Each member of the inspection team will bear the proper identification and authorization from the city government to prevent unscrupulous practices. city building official.Mandate  The QUEZON CITY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TASK FORCE  The Special Assessment Task force of the Quezon City Government was created to provide further business convenience by integrating its mandated inspection services. City Health Department Environmental protection and waste management Department and the fire Department.  The primary function and mandate of the SATF is to ensure that the revenue taxes. Organizing the various operating units into an integrated cluster will reduce the number of inspections that a business establishment will have to contend with each year.

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PROBLEM TREE Burden to Society Community IMPROPER HYGIENE Government Causes Environment/Community Culture/Belief Unemployment .

P R O J E C T F L O W C H A R T SITIO LILY FELICIANO STREET. MALIGAYA. QUEZON CITY SURVEY TABULATION PROJECT PLAN BUDGET DISTRIBUTION OF TASKS . BARANGAY PASONG PUTIK PROPER.

REGISTRATION PROGRAM FOODS USHERS DECORATION DOCUMENTARY APPLICATION EVALUATION .

OF PARTICIPANT (P = PARTICIPANT/S) Percentage (=P/n*100) 0 1 2 3 4 5 Total 0 20 32 15 2 0 69(n) 0% 28.73% 2. four (4)is 2 (2.73%).38%).99% 46.Interpretation of Pre-test SCORE NO.90% 0% 100% The number of participants who got the scores of one (1) is 20 (28.99%). two (2) is 32( 46. three (3) is 15 (21.38% 21.90%) and five (5) is 0. .

69 %).69% 1. .58%) and five (5) is 30 (43.48%).48% 100% The number of participants who got the scores of one (1) is 6 (8. four (4) is 28 (40. two (2)is 1( 1.58% 43.45% 5.80%).Interpretation of Pre-test Score No. of participant (P = participant/s) Percentage (=P/n*100) 0 1 2 3 4 5 Total 0 6 1 4 28 30 69(n) 0% 8. three (3) is 4 (5.80% 40.45%).

Score .Comparative representation of the two test results.

EVALUATION Evaluation was rated as follows: 5-strongly approved 4-approve 3-average 2-unapproved 1-strongly unapproved Evaluation Result 1 TIME 2 LOCATION 2 10 0 1 1 9 2 3 11 12 2 10 11 4 17 15 36 18 23 5 30 40 31 35 34 Total 69 69 69 69 69 SPEAKERS 0 TOPIC 5 CONVENIECE 0 .

45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1-strongly unapprove 2-unapprove 3-average 4-approve 5-strongly approved .

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