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Republic of the Philippines

Nueva Ecija University of Science and


Technology
College of Nursing

SN’ 2018

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Republic of the Philippines
Nueva Ecija University of Science and
Technology
College of Nursing

In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the subject


Intensive Nursing Practicum
Bachelor of Science in Nursing By:

Level IV students (SN ’18)

Presented to:
Girlie DL Tayao, MAN, RN
Emily Flores, MAN, RN
Divina B. Ocampo, MAN, RN
Loreto F. Reyes, MAN, RN
Jhonee F. Balmeo, RN

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of


subject Intensive Nursing Practicum for the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Dr. Luzviminda D. Samin, FRIEdr


CHN Coordinator

Dr. Jean N. Guillasper, FRIEdr, FRI (Rs)


Dean, College of Nursing

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NEUST MISSION

To develop new knowledge and


technologies and transform human resources
into productive citizenry to bring about
development impact to a local and
international communities.

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NEUST VISION

NEUST is a locally responsive and


intentionally relevant and recognized University
of Science and Technology.

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Neust core values

N - nationalism
E - excellence
U - unity
S - spirituality
T - transparency

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CON MISSION

The Nursing Program is offered to facilitate the holistic


development of the students into globally competitive
nursing professionals who are service oriented and dedicated
individuals in uploading the principles of love, service and
commitment to mankind.

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CON VISION
NEUST recognizes that the studentry is the
central figure of all educational efforts and
programs. Hence, College of Nursing through
it’s Nursing program, with is outcomes-based,
community and research oriented curriculum,
aims to mobilize NEUST’s effort through
dynamic, academic and administrative
mechanism for developing its nursing students
into well-rounded, productive and globally
competitive individuals

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College of Nursing
Objectives
1. To provide essential knowledge of the services related to the
understanding of structures and functions of one’s
environment.
2. Make the students understand the relationship of the
physical, socio-cultural and spiritual environment to his/her
total preparation as loving and caring health professional.
3. Acquire sufficient skills, knowledge, attitude and able to
demonstrate beginning professional competencies based on
the eleven key areas of responsibility of the nursing
curriculum namely: safe and quality nursing care,
management of resources and environment, health
education, legal responsibility, ethico-moral responsibility,
personal and professional development, quality improvement,
research, record management, communication and
collaboration and teamwork.
4. Develop among students critical thinking in order for them
to make wise decision when faced with problems.
5. Assists student’s affectivity utilizes the nursing process as the
basic foundation for nursing practice.
6. Prepare the student for leadership role in any setting,
community health care institution in nursing education.
7. Understand his/her role as member of a society.
8. Contribute to the attainment of health for all and
consequently for nation development.
9. Provide nursing education available and affordable to all even
to the underserved and underprivileged sector of the society.

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GENERAL OBJECTIVE

The Level IV students of Nueva Ecija


University of Science and Technology aims to
enhance the level of consciousness of the
community towards the improvement of their
health status through health promotions and disease
prevention making use of the different program of
the Department of Health.

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SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

• At the end of 14 days of Community Health Nursing


affiliation the student nurses aims to:
1. Know the profile of Brgy. Poblacion West, General Tinio,
Nueva Ecija in terms of:
• FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS
• Family Structure
• Family Size
• Length of Residency
• Family Development Stages
• FAMILY DATA
• Age and Sex Distribution
• Gender
• Civil Status
• Religion
• Educational Attainment
• Language Spoken
• SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE
•Employment
•Occupation
•Monthly Family Income
•Lot Ownership
•House Ownership
•Types of Housing Materials
•Environmental Sanitation
•Number of fence
•Power/Lighting Source
•Cooking Facility
•Appliances Owned
•Food Source
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•Type of Transportation
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
• FAMILY FELT NEEDS
• ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
• Adequate Living Space
• Proper Lighting and Ventilation
• Types of Water Supply
• Source of Water Supply
• Drinking Water Storage
• Garbage Disposal
• Drainage System
• Types of Human Waste Disposal
• Toilet Ownership
• Common Household Pests
• Presence of Breeding Sites
• Pets/Animals kept in the yard/home
• Presence of Accident Hazards
2. To determine the Health status and health practices of the residents in
Brgy. Poblacion West in terms of:
• Morbidity cases : Top 10 common illness encountered for the
past 6 months
• Causes of Mortality (past 1 year)
• Person consulted for health problems
• Blood Typing
• Immunization Status of Children
• Nutritional Status of Children
• Married Woman of Reproductive Age
• Family Planning Method Used
• Immunization of Pregnant Mothers
• Rest and Sleeping Pattern
• Exercise/Relaxation and stress management techniques 11
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

• To develop appropriate methods in obtaining data about the


community about the health status of a member of the family as
individuals and the community as whole.
• To formulate an accurate assessment for the community in
identifying health problems and have a significant, attainable and
community-based solution.
• To participate in developing health promotion and plans for the
community thru active participation of the community to
improve the health status of the whole.
• To coordinate with other agency such as the LGU’s, MHO, for
better implementation of the programs of the Department of
Health.
• To be the health practitioner and provide quality promotion of
health in developing activities regarding health problems.
• To educate and increase their awareness on how to utilize
available resources within the community.
• To evaluate strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threat related
to risk and potential level of families within the barangay.

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INTRODUCTION

“The Intensive Nursing Practicum is designed for the senior


nursing students of an accredited baccalaureate program (BSN) as a
culmination of their knowledge, skills and experience. Since 1993 the
school of nursing has offered a required course in which students
participate in a reflective experience that provides the context to
integrate class room and experiential learning in an involving
professional identity. Over the years the number of students have opted
to complete course requirements through work in an international
setting. INP is the live application of your nursing knowledge and skills
in real life situations and events. The students will be exposed in the
community for a month to practice professional nursing competently
in diverse settings, utilizing caring, critical thinking and therapeutic
nursing interventions with individuals, families and
communities.”(Husson University)
Gathering all data that was from the community through
direct approach with them, we will be able to advocate health by
imparting health teachings and apply programs of the government to
the community especially to the families who is in need. By then, we
can determine the condition of the community and implement specific
remedy to a specific problem.
On the succeeding pages, there you’ll find information regarding not
only the names, ages and other statistical data of Brgy. Poblacion West,
General Tinio, Nueva Ecija . But this will also carry out as an opening
for us; a future health care providers in imparting knowledge for the
health wellness of individuals, family, community, society and as whole.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Front Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Mission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. iii
Core Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
Vision .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Objective of the College of Nursing. . . . . . . . . vi
General Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. vii
Specific Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vix
History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Narrative Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Barangay Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Spot Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Spot Map Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Map of Purok 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Classification of Houses Purok 1 . . . . . . . . 29
Map of Purok 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Classification of Houses Purok 2 . . . . . . . . 31
Map of Purok 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Classification of Houses Purok 3 . . . . . . . . 36
Map of Purok 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Classification of Houses Purok 4 . . . . . . . . 38
Map of Purok 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Classification of Houses Purok 5 . . . . . . . . 41
Demographic Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
General Information data
FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS
Family Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Family Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Length of Residency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Family Development Stages . . . . . . . . . . . 49
FAMILY DATA
Age and Sex Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Gender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Civil Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Educational Attainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Religion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Language Spoken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

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• SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE
Employment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
• Occupation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
• Monthly Family Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
• Lot Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
• House Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
• Types of Housing Materials . . . . . . . . . . 67
• Environmental Sanitation . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
• Types of Fences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
• Power/Lighting Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
• Cooking Facility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
• Appliances Owned . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
• Food Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
• Type of Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
• FAMILY FELT needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
• ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
• Adequate Living Space . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
• Proper Lighting and Ventilation . . . . . . . . 80
• Water Supply Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
• Types of Water Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
• Drinking Water Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
• Containers Used. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
• Garbage Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
• Drainage System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
• Toilet Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
• Types of Human Waste Disposal . . . . . . . . 90
• Common Household Pests . . . . . . . . . .. . . 91
• Presence of Breeding Sites . . . . . . . . . . 92
• Pets/Animals kept in the yard/home . . . . . . 94
• Presence of Accident Hazards . . . . . . . . . 95

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• Health status & health practices


• Morbidity(6 months) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
• Causes of Mortality (past year) . . . . . . . . . 98
• Individual/ Group of people . . . . . . .. . . . 99
• Blood Typing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
• Immunization Status of Children . . . . . . . . . 102
• Nutritional Status of Children . . . . . . . . . 103
• Married Woman of Reproductive Age . . . . . . . . 107
• Family Planning Method Used . . . . . . . . . . . 109
• Immunization of Pregnant Mothers . . . . .. . . . 110
• Rest and Sleeping Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
• Exercise/Relaxation and Stress Management . . . . 113
• Community Awareness
• Existing Organizations Awareness. . . . . . . . . 115
• Membership in Organization . . . . . . . . . . . 116
• Awareness of Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
• Involvement in Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
• Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

• S.W.O.T
STRENGTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
WEAKNESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
OPPORTUNITES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
THREATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
• Community Health Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Documentations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• List
• CHP-Communicable Disease. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Married Women of Reproductive Age. . . . . . . . . .
• Operation Timbang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Immunizations ( EPI ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Water Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Drainage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Toilet Ownership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Family List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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• Data Health Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HISTORY OF BARANGAY

Barangay Poblacion West was created way back


in 1981. It was known as Barangay 7 Poblacion West,
General Tinio Papaya and Santiago Bolisay served as the
first Barangay Captain of the said barangay. Then he was
succeeded by kind and generous chairmans such as Isauro
Mangahas, Antonio Bolisay, Crispin Pajarillaga and Ruben
Garcia.
The Barangay was just a simple community way
back then with vegetable planting as their way of living.
Until Primitivo Bolisay became the Barangay Chairman
and divided it into 4 purok or zones. Succession continues
and the barangay becamed more developed through Dan
Pajarillaga, Benito Bolisay and the first chairwoman of the
barangay, Arlene Fajardo.The present barangay chairman,
Joel Bote (2010-present) made the barangay more lively.
The barangay's name changed and became the Barangay
Poblacion West. He also made another zone in the
barangay to make the barangay a 5-zoned community.

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NARRATIVE REPORT

Our Intensive Nursing Practicum (INP) Affiliation, started on


the 4th day of January 2018, we the level IV students together with our
Clinical Instructors made a courtesy call to the Municipal Mayor Hon.
Engr. Ferdinand P. Bote, Municipal Health officers Dr. Marr Enrico
R. Ador and staff of RHU of General Tinio ( Papaya ) N.E for a
courtesy call. We proceed to our assigned Barangay, Poblacion West
were we also made a courtesy call to the Brgy Captain Ho. Joel B. Bote.
Orientation and ocular visit to the area followed next. The task were
distributed equally to each Head Nursing students ,each one has their
own task to comply. We need to survey every household of the whole
barangay ,the barangay is composed of 5 puroks, 2 of which has the
highest number of household and population so it was assigned to 4
Head Nursing Students.
Datas that we need to gather in our survey/ homevists were
general information of the Barangay in terms of their population,
family data and we gave special attention to the categories that is a
contributory factors of different programs of the Department of Health
like OPT (Operation Timbang) children 72 months and below, EPI
(Expanded Program on Immunization) children 0 to 11 months.

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NARRATIVE REPORT

Family Planning Acceptors (Married Women of Reproductive


Age), mortality and morbidity cases and other environmental
factors that affect the health of the community.
The NEUST College of Nursing includes Blood Type
profiling in the activity of INP/CHN, on January 8,2018, we
proceeded to our activity each family head and their spouse in
order for them to know their blood type and for future reference
of the barangay for blood donation purposes .
On January 19, 2018, we made a garden for herbal plants
at the side of the Barangay Hall and Barangay health Center.
Twelve (12) herbal plants of approved by the Department of
Health where planted these are Lagundi, Herba Buena, Ulasimang
Bato, Sambong, Ampalaya, Bawang, Akapulko, Tsaang Gubat,
Niyug-niyogan, Bayabas, malungay and Tawa-tawa were planted.
During our INP Affiliation, we were able to conduct 3
feeding programs. Feeding programs were carried out based on the
result of the Operation Timbang (OPT). Having this list, we were
able to identified the who were normal and malnourished children
with the help of our clinical instructors. We were able to know
who will be given extra attention during the feeding program
which was done every Tuesday of our stay in the community.

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NARRATIVE REPORT

We discussed important matters during the program like


Herbal Plants and its use, family planning, expanded program of
immunization, tetanus toxoid and proper child rearing and
nutrition. We also had a raffle draw for the entertainment of the
audience.
The students conducted Mother’s Class last January 22,
2018 together with 3rd feeding program attended by the married
women of reproductive age and of course with the presence of our
Rural Health Midwife Ms. Tessie S. Mangulabnan, Barangay
Captain Joel B. Bote with the barangay officials and barangay
health workers.
On January 25 2018, we had our Community Forum that
was held at the Senior Citizen/Wellness Center beside the Rural
Health Unit of General Tinio, Papaya where we presented the
actual datas that the Level IV Nursing students gathered with the
supervision of the faculty members of the College of Nursing
within the barangay of Poblacion West in front of the Mayor,
Rural Health Unit team, Barangay officials and the Barangay
Health Worker. The program went smooth, the officials of
General Tinio given us a pleasing feedbacks where they stated their
appreciation so for us it was a job well done.
The Level IV students need to conduct a case study where
we need to choose individual cases coming from the barangay and
present it to school as one of our requirements. We are given time
to interact with the opted patients to gather all the datas we need
to accomplish it.

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NARRATIVE REPORT

On January 30, 2018 we conducted a Gift Giving


together with the 4th Feeding Program for the children of
Barangay Poblacion West ages 0 to 10 years old. We conducted a
program where we taught them a proper hygiene and gave them
donated slippers on different sizes, coloring books with colors,
hygiene and foods.
Intensive Nursing Practicum is somewhat unforgettable
to each of us. We gained knowledge and built a lot of memories
that will never last into our mind. It test our batch if how far we
can go just for us to accomplished the assigned task in every
exposure at the area. But just like a story, it will always has an
end but our batch will cannot deny the fact that it leave marks in
our heart that when it flashbacks in our mind it will create
mixed emotions in our faces.

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BARANGAY PROFILE

• BARANGAY BOUNDARIES:
• North: Penaranda River
• South : San Pedro
• East : Pulong Matong
• West : Padolina

Land Area: 122.35 kas

Distance from Municipality: 1km

Population:
Male: 1,300
Female: 1,400
Total:2,700

No. of Households:436
No. of Families: 400
Average Family size:5

No. of Purok: 5

Commercial livestock and Poultry Farm


Poultry: 50,000 Quantity

Source of Electricity: NEECO II AREA 11


Source of Potable water: LOWA(local water utility)
Educational Services: Government owned.
General Tinio, West Central School.
Private owned: Gethsemane Christian School
Day Care Center

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BARANGAY PROFILE

HON. FERDINAND F. BOTE


MAYOR

HON. JOEL B. BOTE


BARANGAY CAPTAIN

BRGY SECRETARY
Osias B. Garcia

TREASURER
Janette B. Tumacder

COUNCILORS
Arciso F. Maducdoc Jr.
Lazaro B. Fajardo Sr.
Felimon F.Manabat
Jennet A. delos Santos
Eddie M. Bolisay Sr.
Rolando B. de Guzman
Rommel Kim DC Busalpa

CHIEF BARANGAY TANOD


Francisco F. Abuil

BHW
Marciana F. Ledesma
Zenaida C. Fajardo
Rosalie Arevalo
Evelyn H. Manabat
Anita S. Lorilla
Nilda P. Luciano 23
RURAL HEALTH UNIT

Dr. MARR ENRICO R. ADOR


MUNICIPAL HEALTH OFFICER

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER I
Lita A. Apan

SANITATION MAGTALAS
Reneboy E. Magtakil

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST
Jadelyn B. Pajarillaga

DENTIST
Anita M. Busug

NURSE III
Orpha A. Andres

BARANGAY HEALTH AIDE


Fernando M. Amis
Monina Quijano
Lea Marie B. Dalusog
Alma P. Amuena
Lolita C. Matias
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RURAL HEALTH UNIT

LABORATORY AIDE
Marjorie Alarcon

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE
Aileen F. Busug

DENTAL AIDE
Anabell C. Padolina

MIDWIFE II
Teresita M. Bulawit
Julieta Santiago
Tessie S. Mangulabnan
Julianna B. Bal

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SPOT
MAP

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PUROK 1
Classification Of Houses

TOTAL HOUSES 53

TOTAL SURVEYED 43

UNDER
4
CONSTRUCTION

ABANDON 6

TYPE OF HOUSING MATERIALS

SEMI-CONCRETE 9

CONCRETE 34

WOOD 0

MAKESHIFT 0

TOTAL 43

OSIAS GARCIA
(Secretary)

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Purok 1 is represented by the color violet houses. There are 53 total
houses, 43 of it was surveyed, 4 under construction, 6 abandoned
houses. In Purok 1, there 2 landmarks the gethsemane church and
Gethsemane Christian College School. There’s also a mini parlor shop
at the boundary of Purok 1 and barangay Pulong Mato.

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PUROK 2
Classification Of Houses

TOTAL SURVEYED 53

TOTAL UNSURVEYED 43

UNDER-CONSTRUCTION 4

ABANDONED 6

TYPES OG HOUSING MATERIALS


CONCRETE 47

SEMI-CONCRETE 13

WOOD 6

MAKESHIFT 0

TOTAL 66

RUBEN JIMENEZ
(KAGAWAD)

ZENAIDA FAJARDO
(BHW)

MARCIANA LEDESMA
(BHW)
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Purok 2 is represented by the color pink houses and the Barangay
Health Worker is Mrs. Zenaida Fajardo. Purok 2 is consist of 47
concrete houses, 13 semi concrete houses, 6 wood houses, 4
abandoned houses, 4 rest house and 1 under construction with a
total no. of 75 houses

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PUROK 3
Classification Of Houses

TOTAL HOUSES 107

TOTAL SURVEYED 99

UNDER-CONSTRUCTION 2

ABANDON 1

REST HOUSE 5

TYPE OF HOUSING MATERIALS

SEMI-CONCRETE 19

CONCRETE 65

WOOD
6

MAKESHIFT 9

TOTAL 99

JENNETH DELOS SANTOS


(KAGAWAD)

ROSALIE AREVALO
(BHW)

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Purok 3 is represented by the color orange houses located at the right
quadrant of the map and has a farm called tomana which is planted
with pechay. Our purok is composed of 107 houses. 65 concretes, 19
semi concretes, 9 makeshift, 6 are made up of woods. There is 1
abandoned house, 5 rest house, 2 underconstruction and a total
surveyed of 99 houses.

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PUROK 4
Classification Of Houses

TOTAL HOUSE 97
TOTAL SURVEYED 85
TOTAL UNSURVEYED 1
UNDER CONSTRUCTION 0
ABANDONED 1
RESTHOUSE 6
WAREHOUSE 4

TYPES OF HOUSE MATERIALS


CONCRETE 51
SEMI-CONCRETE 20
WOOD 14
MAKESHIFT 0
TOTAL 85

JOEL BOTE
(Barangay Captain)

ROLANDO DE GUZMAN
(Councilor)

EVELYN MANABAT
(Barangay Health Worker)

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Purok 4 is represented by the color purple houses. Purok 4 is
consisted of 97 houses, 86 surveyed houses, 1 unsurveyed
house, 6 rest house, 4 warehouse and 1 abandoned house.
Landmarks that can be seen in the purok 4 are: Day care center,
water station and a resort.

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PUROK 5
Classification Of Houses

TOTAL SURVEYED 70

TOTAL UNSURVEYED 7

UNDER-CONSTRUCTION 3

ABANDONED 2

RESTHOUSE 2
WAREHOUSE 2
TOTAL 86

TYPES OF HOUSING MATERIALS

CONCRETE 65

SEMI-CONCRETE 3

WOOD 2
MAKESHIFT 0
TOTAL 70

NARCISO MADUCDOC
(COUNSILOR)

ANITA SEGISMUNDO
(BHW)

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Purok 5 is represented with the color peach houses. There a total of 86
houses consisting of 70 surveyed houses, 7 unserveyed houses, 3
underconstruction, 2 abandoned houses, 2 rest house and 2 ware house.
The type of housing materials according to the total number of surveyed
houses are consist of 65 concretes, 3 semi concrete and 2 houses made of
wood.

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DEMOGRAPHIC DATA

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSES: 422


Total Number of Surveyed Houses 365
Total Number of Unsurveyed Houses 12
Total Number of Rest Houses 14
Total Number of Under-Construction 10

Total Number of Abandoned Houses 14


Total Number of Storage Houses/Bodega 7

TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES: 513

Total Number of Nuclear Families 365


Total Number of Extended Families 148

TOTAL NUMBER OF POPULATION: 1862

Total Number of Males 918


Total Number of Females 944
Total Number of Children Aged 0-11 Months 30

Total Number of Children Aged 0-72 Months 215

Total Number of WRA 481

Total Number of MWRA 288


Total Number of MCRA 265
Total Number of OSY 13
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GENERAL
INFORMATION
FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS
Family Structure
Family Size
Length of Residency
Family Development Stages

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE FAMILY STRUCTURE
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILIES: 513)

28.85%
NUCLEAR

71.15% EXTENDED

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NUCLEAR 365 71.15%
EXTENDED 148 28.85%
TOTAL 513 100 %

Based on the gathered data on the family structure, the


highest percentage with 363 (71.15%) are nuclear family and
147(28.85%) are extended family.
It implies that the families in Brgy. Poblacion West had a
close family ties where in the immediate member or relative resides with
them to aid or help one another. The proximity closeness of the family
provide security and protection for each member. Nuclear family has a
better chance of satisfying its basic needs. This is due to the resources
that are limited to its immediate family members only. On the extended
family, there is more socialization time with the relatives which binds
the companionship closer.

46
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE FAMILY SIZE
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILIES: 513)

4.87%

46.59% SMALL
MEDIUM
48.54%
LARGE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


SMALL 48.54%
249
MEDIUM 46.59%
239
LARGE 4.87%
25
TOTAL 100%
513

Based on the gathered data on the family size, the highest


percentage with 48.54% is the small family, second is the medium family
with a percentage of 46.59% and the least is the large family with a
percentage of 4.87%. Data shows that most of the families in Poblacion
West is a small family which mostly composed of a mother, a father and a
child.
It implies that those having smaller families, the child receives
more attention of higher quality from parents that will result to higher
achievement of child because of enough proper care, guidance, supervision
and can send their children to proper school.

47
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE LENGTH OF RESIDENCY
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILIES: 513)

2.34%

PERMANENT

TRANSIENT/
97.66%
TEMPORARY

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


PERMANENT 501 97.66%
TRANSIENT/ 12 2.34%
TEMPORARY
TOTAL 513 100%

The category is permanent, which means they lived at


the barangay for more than 6 months to years and the
transient/temporary who are the residence staying at the barangay
for less than 6 months.
Based on the gathered data on the length of residency,
the highest percentage with 501 (97.66%) are families who stays
permanently and 12 (2.34%) are families stays temporarily in
Barangay Poblacion West, General Tinio.
This implies that most of the people living in the
barangay knew each other this may result to unity and can seek
help easily to one another in times of need.

48
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE STAGES OF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF SURVEYED FAMILIES: 513)

7.02% 6.24% AGING FAMILY


8.77% 3.31%
WITH TEENAGER FAMILY

MIDDLE AGE FAMILY


16.96% 21.05%
WITH SCHOOLER FAMILY
17.93%
18.71%. LAUNCHING FAMILY

EARLY CHILDHOOD
FAMILY
WITH PRE-SCHOOLER
FAMILY

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


108 21.05%
AGING FAMILY
96 18.71%
WITH TEENAGER
MIDDLE AGE FAMILY 92 17.93%
87 16.96%
WITH SCHOOLER
45 8.77%
LAUNCHING FAMILY
EARLY CHILDHOOD 36 7.02%
32 6.24%
WITH PRE-SCHOOLER
BEGINNING FAMILY 17 3.31%
TOTAL 513 100%

49
interpretation

Aging family are ages 61years old and above. With


teenager are the families whom the parents has a daughter/son ages
13 to 19 years old. Middle Age family, are the parents ages of 45 to
60 years old. With pre schooler are the families who has a 4 to 5
years old child while the schooler family are the one who has a 6 to
12 years old children. Launching family is being determined when
the eldest son/daughter of the couple are already married or has an
own family. Beginning Families, are the newly wed couples whom
starting a family.
Based on the gathered data on the stages of family
development, highest percentage with a total number of 108
(21.05%) are the aging family. Followed by the with teenager family
having a total number of 96 (18.71%). Next is the middle family with
a total number of 92 (17.93%) and the least is the beginning family
with a total number of 17 (3.31%).
It implies that the officials must give more attention to
the elder persons by giving more programs pertaining to the
attainment and maintenance of good health.

50
FAMILY DATA

Age and Sex Distribution


Gender
Civil Status
Religion
Educational Attainment
Language Spoken

51
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE AGE AND SEX DISTRIBUTION
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)
FEMALE AGE DISTRIBUTION Male Age Distribution
0 to 11
1 to 6
7 to 10
11 to 14
15 to 20
21 to 25
26 to 30
31 to 35
36 to 40
41 to 45
46 to 49
50 to 55
56 to 60
61 to 65
66 to 70
71 to 75
76 to 80
81 to 85
86 and above
10090 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100110

% FEMALE AGE BRACKET MALE %% TOTAL %


1.70% 16 0 to 11 m0s 14 1.31% 30 1.61%
9% 85 1 to 6 100 11.55% 185 9.94%
9.43% 89 7 to 10 90 9.80% 179 9.61%
9.32% 80 11 to 14 77 8.39% 157 8.43%
9.11% 88 15 to 20 118 12.42% 206 11.06%
9% 85 21 to 25 82 8.93% 167 8.97%
8.90% 84 26 to 30 77 8.39% 161 8.65%
7.52% 71 31 to 35 53 5.77% 124 6.66%
7.20% 68 36 to 40 57 6.21% 125 6.71%
5.30% 50 41 to 45 45 4.90% 95 5.10%
4.03% 38 46 to 49 48 5.23% 86 4.62%
4.98% 47 50 to 55 47 5.12% 94 5.05%
4.56% 43 56 to 60 38 4.14% 81 4.35%
3.50% 33 61 to 65 29 3.16% 62 3.33%
2.54% 24 66 to 70 19 2.07% 43 2.58%
1.69% 16 71 to 75 11 1.20% 27 1.45%
1.59% 15 76 to 80 10 1.09% 25 1.34%
0.85% 8 81 to 85 3 0.33% 11 0.59%
0.42% 4 86 above 0 0 4 0.21%
52
944 TOTAL 918 100 1862 100 %
INTERPRETATION

Based on the gathered data on the age and sex


distribution, the highest percentage with a total number of
206 (11.06%) belongs to 15 to 20 yars old. Followed by the 1
to 6 years old with a total number of 185 (9.94%) and the top
3 with a total number of 179 (9.61%) belongs to 7 to 10 years
and the least are the 86 years old and above with a total
number of 4 (0.21%).
It implies that parental guidance must be stressed out
and increasing the awareness of teenagers about the
importance of reproductive health must be emphasized
because they are currently in the fertility stage.

53
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE POPULATION BY GENDER
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

49.30% FEMALE

50.70% MALE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

FEMALE 944 50.70%


MALE 918 49.30%
TOTAL 1862 100%

Base on the gathered data on the population by


gender, the highest percentage with a total number of 944
(50.70%) are female followed by the male with a total number of
918(49.30%)
It implies that since girls are more experienced when
it comes to doing household chores they can contribute a
maintained fixed relationship in the house, chores are well
prepared and the children are well taken care of. With regards to
sources of income, the community officials might conduct
livelihood services/program where they are being taught how to
make goods that will also serve as their sources of income.

54
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE CIVIL STATUS
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

MARRIED
3.92%1.66% 1.18% CHILD
7.84% SINGLE
32.55%
23.31% LIVE IN
29.54% WIDOW
SEPARATED
WIDOWER

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


MARRIED 606 32.55%
CHILD 550 29.54%
SINGLE 434 23.31%
LIVE IN 146 7.84%
WIDOW 73 3.92%
SEPARATED 31 1.66%
WIDOWER 22 1.18%
TOTAL 1862 100%
Based on the data that we gathered regarding the civil, out of 1862
total number of population, the highest percentage with a total number of 606
(32.55%)are married. Next are the with a total number of 550 (29.54%) followed by
the single with a total number of 434 (23.31%)and the least are the widower with a
total number of 22 (1.18%).
It implies that they are bind of the sacred marriage which are difficult
to be break apart. Families that were bind of sacred marriage are difficult to break
apart and rest assured that the couples know what they engaged with till in the
future days of life.

55
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

1.93% 0.16% 0.27%


0.32% 0.81%
6.39% 8.06%
16.60%
0 1.18%
1.66%
17.88% 13.32%

10.63%
3.97%
7.73% 5.80%

NOT YET STUDYING DAY CARE


KINDER PREPARATORY
ELEMENTARY LEVEL ELEMENTARY UNDERGRADUATE
ELEMENTARY GRADUATE HIGSCHOOL LEVEL
HIGHSCHOOL UNDERGRADUATE HIGSCHOOL GRADUATE
COLLEGE LEVEL COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE
COLLEGE GRADUATE VOCATIONAL GRADUATE
VOCATIONAL LEVEL VOCATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE
NO FORMAL EDUCATION

56
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA (BASED ON THE
TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

NOT YET STUDYING 150 8.06%


DAY CARE 15 0.81%
KINDER 22 1.18%
PREPARATORY 31 1.66%

ELEMENTARY LEVEL 248 13.32%

ELEMENTARY UNDERGRADUATE 74 3.97%

ELEMENTARY GRADUATE 108 5.80%

HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL 198 10.63%

HIGH SCHOOL UNDERGRADUATE 144 7.73%

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE 333 17.88%


COLLEGE LEVEL 61 3.28%

COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE 119 6.39%

COLLEGE GRADUATE 309 16.60%

VOCATIONAL GRADUATE 36 1.93%

VOCATIONAL LEVEL 3 0.16%

VOCATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE 6 0.32%


NO FORMAL EDUCATION 5 0.27%
TOTAL 1862 100%

*OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH 13 0.70%

*SPECIAL CHILD 4 0.21%

57
INTERPRETATION

Education is the key to success in life, when you are


a educated person the higher chances of opportunities that you
might get in life.
Based on the gathered data on the educational
attainment, out of 1862 individuals the highest percentage with
total of 333 (17.88%) are the High school Graduate followed by
the College Graduate 309 (16.60%) and the Elementary Level
has a total number of 248 (13.3%). The least percentage is the
vocational level with a total number of 3 (0.14%).
It implies that majority of the population of
Barangay Poblacion West are educated there a lot of
opportunities where in they can have a good decent job and
can provide for their daily needs.

58
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE RELIGION
IN BARANGAY POBLACION WEST, PAPAYA
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

5.96% 5.59%
10.79% 4.03%
CATHOLIC
METHODIST
14.39% INC
OTHERS
59.24% PROTESTANTE
BORN AGAIN

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


CATHOLIC 1103 59.24%
METHODIST 268 14.39%
IGLESIA NI CRISTO 201 10.79%
OTHERS (IEMELIF, JESUS IS LORD, 111 5.96%
EVANGELIST, UCCP, MARANATHA, BAPTIST,
JEHOVAS WITNESS, SPIRITISTA, NONE)
PROTESTANTE 104 5.59%
BORN AGAIN 75 4.03%
TOTAL 106 100%

Based on the gathered data on the religion, the highest


percentage with a total number of 1103 (59.24%) are catholic. Next to it
is Methodist which is 268 (14.39%) followed by the Iglesia ni Cristo with
a total number of 201 (10.79%). The remaining religion was categorize to
others with a 111 (5.96)%.
It implies that as health care providers, we must still respect
the community religion beliefs and practices in making our plan of care.

59
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MOST USED DIALECT
OF RESIDENTS IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NO. OF POPULATION: 1862)

TAGALOG

100%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

TAGALOG 1862 100%


TOTAL 1862 100%

Based on our gathered data on the most used


dialect, all of the population communicate tagalog with
100%. With this it is a good indication that there is no
language barrier in dealing with the people in the
community, information regarding the programs of our
government and issues in barangay will be easily imparted.

60
SOCIO - ECONOMIC
PROFILE
Employment
Occupation
Monthly Family Income
Lot Ownership
House Ownership
Environmental Sanitation Number of
Fences
Types of Housing Materials
Power/Lighting Source
Cooking Facility
Appliances Owned
Food Source
Type of Transportation

61
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE EMPLOYMENT
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST
( BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKING POPULATION:
748 )

10.96%
0.05% WORKING (15-65)
24.27%
NONE (15-85)

40.17% NOT APPLICABLE (0-


24.54%
14)
STUDENT (15-30)

STUDENT (35-45)

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

WORKING (15-65) 748 40.17%


NONE (15- 85) 457 24.54%
NOT APPLICABLE
452 24.27%
(0-14 Y/O)
STUDENT (15-30)
204 10.96%
STUDENT (35-45) 1 0.05%
TOTAL 1862 100%

Based on the gathered data on the employment,


majority of the population are Working(15-65) with the percentage
of 40.17% of the total population. Second are none wherein we
categorized this by ages 15-85 who are not working nor studying with
a percentage of 24.54%.
It implies that even though they are striving hard to
earn money for their family a big chance of lacking to buy things
they need in daily lives is still present due to the 59.71% of the
population are dependent to the working population.

62
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE OCCUPATION
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST
( BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKING POPULATION: 748 )

4.55%
0%
42.51% SELF EMPLOYED

52.94% EMPLOYED

OFW

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


SELF EMPLOYED 396 52.94%
EMPLOYED 318 42.51%
OFW 34 4.55%
TOTAL 748 100%

Based on the gathered data on the occupation, the


highest percentage with a total number of Majority are self-employed
with the percentage of 396 (52.94%) next is employed with a total
number of 318 (42.51%). We had categorized those self-employed
from farmer, construction worker, vendor and those who were paid
on a daily basis.
It implies that self-employed renders physical effort and
prone to health hazards.

63
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MONTHLY INCOME
OF THE BRGY. POBLACION WEST
( BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKING POPULATION: 748)

2.01% BELOW 5000

11.1% 7.89% 1.20% 5,000-10,000


1.47%
10,000-15,000
15.51%
15,000-20,000
31.82%
29.01% 20,000-30,000
30,000-40,000
40,000-50,000
MORE THAN 50,000

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


Below 5000 238 31.82%
5,000-10,000 217 29.01%
10,000-15,000 116 15.51%
15,000-20,000 83 11.10%
20,000-30,000 59 7.89%
30,000-40,000 15 2%
more than 50,000 11 1.47%
40,000-50,000 9 1.20%
Total 748 100%
Income is the money that an individual received in exchange us
providing good services. People need money in order to have a simple and
comfortable life and for their day to day living.
Based on the gathered data on the monthly income, the highest
percentage with a total number of 238 (31.82%) are the families who are earning
below 5000 monthly. Second is the family earning 5,000 to 10,000 monthly with a
total number of 217 (29.01%) followed by the family earning 10 to 15,000 with a
total number of 116 (15.51%)
It implies that they have a problem in allocating their resources for
basic needs that will adversely affect the health of the families and their attitude
towards maintaining good health.

64
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE LOT OWNERSHIP
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES: 365)

6.30% 1.64%
18.08% OWNED FREE USE

SHARED LOAN

73.97% RENTED

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


OWNED 270 73.97%
FREE USE 66 18.08%
SHARED 23 6.30%
RENTED 6 1.64%
TOTAL 365 100%

An individual/family who owned a lot has an advantages


that you must have a full control, enjoyment because you have no
responsibilities to others and not extra cost.
Based on the gathered data on the lot ownership, the
highest percentage with a total number of 270 (73.97). Second is the
free use with a total number of 66 (18.08%).
It implies that most of the family are free from the
obligation of paying the amortization of their house thus is able to
allocate more for other family expenses like food and health.

65
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE HOUSE OWNERSHIP
IN BRGY.POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILY: 513)

30.41% 5.84% 4.10%

OWNED
SHARED
FREE USE
59.65%
RENTED

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


OWNED 306 59.65%
SHARED 156 30.41%
FREE USE 30 5.84%
RENTED 21 4.10%
TOTAL 513 100%

Based on gathered data on the house ownership, the


highest percentage with a total number of 306 (59.65%) are owned
housed followed by the shared house ownership with a total number
of 156 (30.41%) majority owned their houses with a percentage of
It implies that the family owned their houses has less
burden on budgeting their income while shared house ownership have
a higher risk of having health problems because they are living at the
same house.

66
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE TYPES OF HOUSING
MATERIALS
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSES: 365)

CONCRETE
1.64%
17.26% 7.67% 1.64% SEMI
CONCRETE
WOOD

KUBO/NIPA
71.78%
MAKESHIFT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


CONCRETE 262 71.78%
SEMI-CONCRETE 63 17.26%
WOOD 28 7.67%
KUBO / NIPA 6 1.64%
MAKESHIFT 6 1.64%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the type of housing


materials, the highest percentage with a total number of 262 (71.78%)
are houses made of concrete. Second is the semi-concrete with a total
number of 63 (17.26%) and the lowest percentage of housing material
are made up of kubo/nipa and make shift with the same total number
of 6 (1.64%).
It implies that houses that are built with concrete
materials provides a greater protection due to its high durability while
nipa/kubo and makeshift that are made with light materials and these
are cheaper and easy to build but weak and prone to fire hazard.

67
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE ENVIRONMENTAL
SANITATION/ FENCE
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES: 365)

41.92% WITH FENCE

58.08% WITHOUT
FENCE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


WITH FENCE 212 58.08%
WITHOUT FENCE 153 41.92%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the environmental


sanitation/fence, with fence having 58.08% or 212 is the
highest while 41.92% or 153 houses doesn’t have fence.
It implies that due to a high percentage of houses
with fence safety and security of the people in the community
are more guaranteed than to those who doesn’t have.

68
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE TYPE OF FENCE
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF FENCE: 212)

6.13% 5.19%
CONCRETE
15.57%
STEEL/METAL
WIRE
27.36% WOOD
45.75%
BAMBOO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


CONCRETE 97 45.75%
STEEL/METAL 58 27.36%
WIRE 33 15.57%
WOOD 13 6.13%
BAMBOO 11 5.19%
TOTAL 212 100%

Based on the gathered data on the type of fence, the


highest percentage with a total number of 97 (45.75%) were
concrete. Second is the steel/metal with a total number of 58
(27.36%) followed by the wire with a total number of 33
(15.57%).
It implies that concrete as fence provides stronger
and tougher protection. Both steel/metal and wire are much
more affordable rather than concrete fences but the
disadvantage of this is that after a long time the fence might
become rusty and damaged.

69
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE POWER/LIGHTING SOURCE
USED IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365 )

0.27%
0.27% 0.27%
ELECTRICITY
LPG
KEROSENE

99.17%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


ELECTRICITY 362 99.17%
LPG 1 0.27%
KEROSENE 1 0.27%
OTHERS 1 0.27%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the


power/lighting source, the highest percentage with a total
number of 362 (99.17%) while 1 (0.27%) in LPG/Lamp,
Kerosene and other sources.
It implies that electricity as source of
light/power are much safe from fire dangers and allows us
to many of the conveniences of modern life. This indicate
that

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE COOKING FACILITY USED OF
THE FAMILIES
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365 )
7.67% 1.10% 0.82%
LPG

WOOD
90.41%
CHARCOAL

ELECTRIC
RANGE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


LPG 330 90.41%
WOOD 28 7.67%
CHARCOAL 4 1.10%
ELECTRIC RANGE 3 0.82%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the cooking


facility used of the families, the highest percentage with a
total number of 330 (90.41%) are using LPG followed by 28
(7.67%) to wood and4 (1.10%) are using charcoal.
It implies that families in Barangay Poblacion
West Papaya, Gen. Tinio prefer to used LPG as their
cooking facility because it is most convenient means of
cooking and readily available in all stores nationwide.

71
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING THE
THE APPLIANCES OWNED
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST

14.70% 13.54%
TV
ELECTRIC FAN
18.32% OTHERS
33.21% RADIO
REFRIGERATOR
20.23%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


T.V 348 33.21%
ELECTRIC FAN 212 20.23%
OTHERS ( WASHING
MACHINE, DVD,
LAPTOP, AIRCON, FLAT
IRON) 192 18.32%
RADIO 154 14.70%
REFRIGERATOR 142 13.54%
TOTAL 1048 100%

Based on the gathered data on the appliances


owned, the highest percentage with a total number of 348
(33.21%) followed by the electric fan with a total number of
212 I20.23%) and the least is refrigerator with a total number
of 142 (13.54%).
It implies that most of the family are well
entertained by this kind of appliances and it help the family
informing the latest news and updates all over the world.

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE FOOD SOURCE
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365 )

8.76% 2.50%
12.32% MARKET

STORE
76.42%
OWN
PRODUCED

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


MARKET 279 76.42%
STORE 45 12.32%
OWN PRODUCED 32 8.76%
VENDOR 9 2.50%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the food source,


the highest percentage with a total number of 279 (76.42%)
are the families buying to the market while some are from
store with the total number of 45 (12 .32%). The least is
vendor with a total number of 9 (2.50%).
It implies that the majority food sources are from
the market wherein the goods and products are cheaper and
fresh than from the store. There are products from in the
community which is farming vegetables therefore there is in
the area.

73
PERCENTAGE DISTIBUTION showing
The MEANS OF TRANSPORTION
OF THE FAMILIES
IN THE BRGY. POBLACION WEST , PAPAYA
9.85% 2.15% 0.92% 0.92% TRICYCLE
12%
0.31% SINGLE MOTORCYCLE
PRIVATE VEHICLE
BICYCLE
21.85%
HANDTRACTOR
NONE
52%
JEEPNEY
TRUCK

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


TRICYCLE 169 52%
SINGLE MOTORCYCLE 71 21.85%
PRIVATE VEHICLE 39 12%
BICYCLE 32 9.85%
HANDTRACTOR 7 2.15%
NONE 3 0.92%
0.92%
JEEPNEY 3
TRUCK 1 0.31%
TOTAL 325 100%

Based on the gathered data on the means of transportation, the


highest percentage with a total number of 169 (52%). Second is the single
motor with a total number of 71 (21.85%) followed by the private vehicles
with a total number of 39 (12%). The least in the category is the truck with a
total number of 1 (0.31%).
It implies that they have something to use when there is an
emergency or urgent event that need for faster transportation.

74
FAMILY
FELT
NEEDS

75
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING THE
FAMILY FELT NEEDS
OF THE FAMILIES
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST

FINANCIAL

FOOD

5.08% 5.08% 3.87% 2.44%


1.83% MEDICINE

CLOTHES
16.47%
33.94%
OTHERS (SHELTER, OWN WATER SUPPLY,
VEHICLES, APPLIANCES, OWN CR)

JOB
27.84%

EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

MATERIAL NEEDS

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


FINANCIAL 167 33.94%
FOOD 137 27.84%
MEDICINE 80 16.47%
CLOTHES 26 5.08%
OTHERS (SHELTER, OWN WATER SUPPLY, 25 5.08%
VEHICLES, APPLLIANCES, OWN CR)

JOB 19 3.87%
EDUCATIONAL NEEDS 12 2.44%
MATERIALS NEED 9 1.83%
TOTAL 492 100%

76
INTERPRETATION

Family felt needs is the basic concept in


community development which is necessary to know the
problem in order to correct the differences that they
perceived in community. Based on the gathered
data on the family felt needs of the community. The
highest percentage with a total number of 167 (33.94%).
Second is the food with a total number of 137 (27.84%)
followed by the medicine with a total number of 80
(16.47%). It implies that based on Maslow’s hierary of
needs, money is needed in order to sustain the needs in
daily life and food is needed in order to provide our energy
it means that every family in this barangay have no enough
income to sustain basic needs of family.

77
ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS
Adequate Living Space
Proper Lighting and Ventilation
Types of Water Supply
Source of Water Supply
Water Storage
Garbage Disposal
Drainage System
Types of Human Waste Disposal
Toilet Ownership
Common Household Pests
Presence of Breeding Sites
Pets/Animals kept in the yard/home
Presence of Accident Hazards

78
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS OF
THE ADEQUATE LIVING SPACE
OF THE FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSES: 365

9.04%

YES
NO
90.96%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 332 90.96%

NO 33 9.04%

TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data, adequate living space


has the highest percentage with a total number of 332
(90.96%) while 33 (9.04%) answered no.
It implies that the community has al esser chance
of transferring infection to one another

79
PERCENTAGE DISTIBUTION SHOWING
THE PROPER LIGHTNING AND
VENTILATION
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NO. OF HOUSES: 365)

4.11%

YES
95.89% NO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 350 95.89%

NO 15 4.11%

TOTAL 365 100

Based on the gathered data on the proper


lightning and ventilation, the highest percentage with a
total number of 350 (95.89%) in proper lighting and
ventilation while 15 (4.11%) answered no.
It implies that well ventilated house receive
enough light and clean air, having good lighting can rid
of bacteria and the family are more comfortable.

80
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE WATER SUPPLY OWNERSHIP
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSE: 365)

3.29% 0

18.9%
OWNED
77.81% SHARED

BOUGHT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


OWNED 284 77.81%
SHARED 69 18.9%
BOUGHT 12 3.29%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the water


supply ownership, the highest percentage with a
total number of 284 (77.81%) among the nuclear
families opted to have their own water supply,
shared water supply with a total number of 69
(18.9%) and bought with a total number of 12
(3.29%).
It implies that owned water supply has a
bigger chance of not having delayed to its many
usage like when you are using it for hygienes.

81
PERCENTAGE DISTIBUTION SHOWING
THE TYPE OF WATER SOURCE
OF THE FAMILIES IN THE BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNED: 284)

1.41%
17.25%

PIPED LINE
81.34% PITCHER PUMP
JETMATIC

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


PIPED LINE 231 81.34%
PITCHER PUMP 49 17.25%
JETMATIC 4 1.41%
TOTAL 284 100%

Based on the data gathered on the type of water


source, the highest percentage with a total number of
231 (81.34%) are using pipeline, 49 (17.25%) is pitcher
pump and 4 (1.41%) is jetmatic.
It implies that the people are safe with their
distributing water source and higher chance to be free
from contamination.

82
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE DRINKING WATER STORAGE
IN THE BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF
HOUSES:365)
1.37%

28.77%

COVERED
REFRIGERATED
69.86% UNCOVERED

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

COVERED 255 69.86%


REFRIGERATED 105 28.77%
UNCOVERED 5 1.37%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the drinking water storage,


the highest percentage with a total number of 255 (69.86%) are families
using covered, jars, bottles, pails, to store their drinking water while 105
(28.77%) refrigerated and 5 (1.37%) uncovered.
It implies that the majority uses covered container which is
safe and preventing contamination and storage of water for a long period
of time is not advisable. They should store water only for use in between
period of the day when water does not flow from storage tank. However
short the period of storage the resident should remain vigilant as disease
carrying by insects may contaminate water. Those residents who stores
their water in open containers might have a health risk because water is
exposed to air and insects specifically mosquito that can lay eggs and
serves as breeding ground, resident are advised that they should place
water in a clean cover.

83
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE CONTAINERS USED
IN THE BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSE: 365)

8.49%
0.27% PLASTIC
4.93%
9.32% PITCHERS
BOTTLES

WATER JUG
76.99%
JARS, CLAYS,
POTS,
OTHERS

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


PLASTIC PITCHERS 281 76.99%
BOTTLES 34 9.32%
WATER JUG 31 8.49%
JARS, CLAYS, POTS 18 4.93%
OTHERS 1 0.27%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the container used,


the highest percentage with a total number of 281 (76.99%) are
the families using plastic pitchers. Second is 34 (9.32%) are
bottles followed by 31 (8.49%) are water jug.
It implies that the family prefer to used plastic
container because it is much cheaper and affordable, durable
than glassware. The disadvantages of using plastic maybe
harmful and has hazardous chemical effect. Still it needs to be
clean regularly and properly covered.

84
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE GARBAGE DISPOSAL
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365)

1.37%
5.21% 2.19% COLLECTED

BURNING
49.59%
41.64% OPEN DUMPING

WASTE SEGREGATION

COMPOST PITTING/
BURYING

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


COLLECTED 181 49.59%
BURNING 152 41.64%
OPEN DUMPING 19 5.21%
WASTE SEGREGATION 8 2.19%
COMPOSTING/BURYIN
G 5 1.37%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the garbage disposal,


the highest percentage with a total number of 181 (49.59%) are
collected. Second is burning with a total number of 152 (41.64%)
followed by 19 (5.21%) are open dumping.
It implies that the community might have health
problems like upper respiratory tract infections because of the bad
effect of burning.

85
THE GARBAGE DISPOSAL

BEFORE

AFTER

86
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING THE
DRAINAGE SYSTEM
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365)

24.38%
OPEN
53.97% CLOSED
21.64% NONE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


OPEN 197 53.97%
NONE 89 24.38%
CLOSE 79 21.64%
TOTAL 365 100%

Drainage system are vital to keep your home free


and dry for any excess of water.
Based on the gathered data on the drainage system,
has an open type with a total number of 197 (53.97%) while 89
(24.38%) are none and 79 (21.64%) are close type are open types
with the percentage of 53.97%.
It implies that open type drainage can cause
diseases like Malaria, Dengue, Leptospirosis and etc. which gives
potential risk acquire health problems. The family who had no
drainage system can cause flood in the area.

87
OPEN DRAINAGE SYSTEM

88
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE TOILET OWNERSHIP
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILIES :
513)

2.53%

31.19%
OWNED
SHARED
66.28%
NONE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


OWNED 340 66.28%
SHARED 160 31.19%
NONE 13 2.53%
TOTAL 513 100%

Based on the gathered data on the toilet ownership the


highest percentage with a total number of 340 (66.28%) has an owned
toilet, 160 (31.29 shared toilets with while 13 (2.53%) do not have their
own toilet.
It implies that the residence are knowledgeable on proper
refuse disposal, while some other who are shared are at risk of acquiring
communicable diseases. The families with no toilet is a hazard to the
health of the community. In this case they need to be well educated on
how to maintain a clean and safe facility.

89
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE TYPE OF HUMAN WASTE
DISPOSAL
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNED TOILET: 340)

15.59%

WATER SEALED
FLUSH
84.41%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


WATER SEALED 287 84.41%
FLUSH 53 15.59%
TOTAL 340 100%

Based on the gathered data on the type of


human waste disposal, the highest percentage with a total
number of 287 (84.41%) are the families water-sealed while
those who use flush with a total number of 53 (15.59%).
It implies that the people of Barangay Poblacion
West have enough knowledge on proper human waste
disposal which reduces water contamination and will have
lower incidence of gastrointestinal disease.

90
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE COMMON HOUSEHOLD PESTS
FOUND AT THE HOUSES
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST

1.04%
4.29% 3.25% 1.56%
MOSQUITOES
4.68%
COCKROACHES
32.38% RATS
24.06% ANTS
OTHERS
28.74% FLIES
TERMITES
SNAKE

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


MOSQUITOES 249 32.38%
COCKROACHES 221 28.74%
RATS 185 24.06%
ANTS 36 4.68%
OTHERS 33 4.29%
FLIES 25 3.25%
SNAKE 12 1.56%
TERMITES 8 1.04%
TOTAL 769 100%

Based on the gathered data on the common household,


the highest percentage with a total number of 249 (32.38%) are the
mosquitoes. Second is the cockroaches with 221 (28.74%) followed by
the rats with 185 (24.06%)
With a high number of pests at home and in the
community it implies that the people are quite alarmed that to diseases
that harms their health status. In order to minimize and avoid the
occurrences of diseases they must be educated with the proper disposal
of garbage and mentaining clean surroundings.

91
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE PRESENCE OF BREEDING
SITES OF PESTS AND RODENTS
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365)

41.38%

YES
NO
59.17%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 216 59.17%
NO 149 41.38%
TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the presence of


breeding sites of pest and rodents, the highest percentage
with a total number of 216 (59.17%) has the presence of
breeding sites while 149 (41.38%) doesn’t have.
It implies that the harmful effects is within the
community due to the microorganism brought by presence
of breeding sites that can be possibly acquires by
individual.

92
PRESENCE OF BREEDING SITES

93
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE COMMON HOUSEHOLD
PETS/ANIMALS
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST RESIDENTS

9.34% 5.73% 2.12% 1.70% 0.64%


0.21% DOGS
CHICKEN
16.56% CATS
COW
39.92% DUCKS
22.08% PIGEONS
PIGS
BIRDS/DOVE
CARABAO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


DOGS 188 39.92%
CHICKEN 104 22.08%
CATS 78 16.56%
COW 44 9.34%
DUCKS 27 5.73%
PIGEON 10 2.12%
PIG 8 1.70%
BIRDS / DOVE 8 1.70%
CARABAO 3 0.64%
GOAT 1 0.21%
TOTAL 471 100%
Based on the gathered data on the common household pets,
the highest percentage with a total number of 188 (39.92%) are dogs.
Second is the chicken with a total number of 104 (22.08%) followed by 78
(16.56%) are cats.
It implies that having the large population of stray dogs in
the community may result in high rabies cases. Preventive measures should
be implemented like dog cages. Being responsible pet owner is the first step
to minimize and avoid rabies cases in the community.

94
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE PRESENCE OF ACCIDENT
HAZARDS
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365)

22.46%

NO
77.53%
YES

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NO
283 77.53%
YES
82 22.46%
TOTAL
365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the presence


of accidental hazard, the highest percentage with a total
number of 283 (77.53%) doesn’t have the presence of
accidental hazard while 82 (22.46%) has.
It implies that most of the household has the
presence of accidental hazard may be due to poor usage
of cooking facilities and being not cautious on the other
environmental hazards.

95
HEALTH STATUS
& HEALTH
PRACTICES
Morbidity(6 months)
Causes of Mortality (past year)
Person consulted for health problems
Blood Type
Immunization Status of Children
Nutritional Status of Children
Married Woman of Reproductive Age (Family
Planning Acceptors)
Family Planning Method Used
Immunization of Pregnant Mothers
Rest and Sleeping Pattern
Exercise/Relaxation and stress management
techniques

96
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MORBIDITY CASES
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS)

5.04% 2.52% 2.52% 1.68% 1.68% 1.26%


5.88% HYPERTENSION
URTI/ARI
DM
7.98% ARTHRITIS
ASTHMA
36.47% HEART DISEASE
DIARRHEA
26.47% ANEMIA
RHEUMATISM
INFLUENZA

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


HYPERTENSION 87 36.37%
URTI/ARI 63 26.47%
DM 19 7.98%
ARTHRITIS 14 5.88%
ASTHMA 12 5.04%
HEART DISEASE 6 2.52%
DIARRHEA 6 2.52%
ANEMIA 4 1.68%
RHEUMATISM 4 1.68%
INFLUENZA 3 1.26%
TOTAL 218 100

Based on the gathered data on the morbidity cases, the


highest percentage with a total number of 87 (36.37%) is
hypertension. Second is 63 (26.47%) URTI/ARI followed by 19
(7.98%) DM. The least is 3 (1.26%) which is the influenza.
It only implies that it reflects on the lifestyle and proper
sanitation of the people in the community.

97
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MORTALITY CASES
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS )

5.88% 5.88% 5.88% HEAR ATTACK


5.88%
TYPHOID FEVER
5.88% STROKE
17.65% HYPERTENSION
11.76% CANCER
AGING
17.65%
EMPHYSEMA
11.76%
NEONATAL DEATH
11.76% STROKE
PUD

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


HEART ATTACK 3 17.65%
TYPHOID FEVER 3 17.65%
STROKE 2 11.76%
HYPERTENSION 2 11.76%
CANCER 2 11.76%
AGING 1 5.88%
EMPHYSEMA 1 5.88%
NEONATAL DEATH 1 5.88%
STROKE 1 5.88%
PUD 1 5.88%
TOTAL 17 100%

Based on the gathered data on the mortality cases, the


highest percentage with a total number of 3 (17.65%) is heart attack.
And the typhoid fever. Second is the stroke, hypertension and
cancer with a total number of 2 (11.76%) followed by aging,
emphysema, neonatal death, stroke and peptic ulcer disease has the
least percentage with 5.88%.
It implies that these may reflects on the lifestyle of the
people in the community.

98
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE INDIVIDUAL/GROUP OF PEOPLE
CONSULTED FOR HEALTH-RELATED
PROBLEMS
OF THE HOUSEHOLDS IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS JULY -)

1.56% 0.39% 0.39% 0.19% HEALTH CENTER

DISTRICT HOSPITALS
30.21% 37.03%
DOCTORS (PRIVATE
PRACTITIONER)
NONE

MEDICARE
30.21%
ALBULARYO

MANGHIHILOT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


HEALTH CENTER 190 37.03%
GAPAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL 155 30.21%
DOCTOR (PRIVATE
PRACTITIONER) 155 30.21%
NONE 8 1.56%
MEDICARE 2 0.39%
ALBULARYO 2 0.39%
MANGHIHILOT 1 0.19%
TOTAL 513 100%

Based on the gathered data on the individual/group of people


consulted for health related problems, the highest percentage with a total
number of 190 (37.03%) is the health center. Second is 155 (30.21%) is the
Gapan District Hospital and doctor (private practitioner) followed by the
none with a total number of 8 (1.56%).
It implies that community is accessible and available to what
the community need with regards to their health.

99
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE BLOOD TYPE
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST

4.17%

22.25% 48.67% O
B
A
24.91% AB

TYPES NUMBER PERCENTAGE


O 420 48.67%
B 215 24.91%
A 192 22.25%
AB 36 4.17%
TOTAL 863 100%

A person who has a type A genes has a red blood cells


A, type B genes has a red blood cells B, type AB or the universal
recipient has one A and B genes while type O known as the
universal donor has neither the A nor B genes.
Based on the gathered data on the blood type , the
highest percentage with a total number of 420 (48.67%) is Blood
type O. Second is the blood type “B” with 215 (24.94%)followed by
the blood type “A” with 192 (22.16%) and the least is blood type
“B” with 36 (4.18%).
It only implies that blood type “O” can be an edge of
the community in case of emergency or someone might need a
transfusion.

100
BLOOD TYPING

101
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE EXPANDED PROGRAM ON
IMMUNIZATION
FOR INFANTS IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF INFANTS (0-11 MONTHS:
30)

100% ON GOING

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


ON GOING 30 100%
TOTAL 30 100%

It is very important for all the children to prevent


them from communicable disease such as TB, Meningitis, Tetanus,
Diptheria, Pertussis, Poliomyelitis, Hepatitis B and Measles.
Based on the gathered data on the expanded program
on immunization, with a percentage of 100% all the children (0-11
months) are receiving an immunization.
It implies that indicates that the most of the mothers
are giving importance with regards to health status on their
children.

102
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS
OF CHILDREN IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF CHILDREN (0-72
MONTHS) -215)

2.80% NOMAL
3.25%

UNDERWEIGHT
7.44%
NOT WEIGHED
3.25% 83.25%
SEVERLY
UNDERWEIGHT
OVERWEIGHT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NORMAL 179 83.25%
NOT WEIGHED 16 7.44%
UNDERWEIGHT 7 3.25%
SEVERELY
UNDERWEIGHT 7 3.25%
2.80%
OVERWEIGHT 6
TOTAL 215 100%
Nutrition is a big factor for young ones in developing
their immune system to fight against contagious diseases.
Based on the gathered data on the nutritional status,
the highest percentage with a total number of 179 (83.25%) are
with normal weight. Second is 16 (7.44%) not weighed followed by
the not weighed and underweight with a total number of 7 (3.25%)
families in the community are aware of the risk and benefits of
having children‘s nutritional status.
It implies that the children should be within the
normal range because many problems are associated with
nutritional imbalance.
103
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS
OF CHILDREN IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF CHILDREN (0-72 MONTHS) -215)
2.33%

2.79% 2.33%
NORMAL
2.79%
UNDERWEIGHT
89.77% OVERWEIGHT

NOT WEIGHED

SEVERELY
UNDERWEIGHT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NORMAL 193 89.77%
UNDERWEIGHT 6 2.79%
OVERWEIGHT 6 2.79%
SEVERELY
UNDERWEIGHT 5 2.33%
NOT WEIGHED 5 2.33%
TOTAL 215 100%

Based on our gathered data on the reweighed nutritional


status, the highest percentage with a total number of 193 (89.77%) has a
normal weight. Second is the underweight and overweight with a total
number of 6 (2.79%) followed by the severely weight and not weighed with
5 (2.33%).
It shows an increase in the normal weight and 10 children of
unweigh where weighed already. Which implies that the result of
conducted operation timbang (OPT) is effective.

104
FEEDING PROGRAM

105
OPERATION TIMBANG

BEFORE

AFTER

106
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MARRIED WOMAN OF
REPRODUCTIVE AGE
OF BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF POPULATION
AGES 15 TO 49: 484)

47 to 48
43 to 44
39 to 40
35 to 36
31 to 32
27 to 28
23 to 24
19 t o20
15 to 16
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

Based on the gathered data on the married woman of


reproductive age, the highest with a total number of 31 (10.76%) are the ages
27 to 28 years old. Second is 22 (7.64%) are ages 33 to 34 years old followed by
20 (5.37%) are the ages 43 to 44 years old and the least are ages 49 years old
with 5 (1.03%)
It implies that proper education with regards to importance of
reproductive health must be reinforce to increase the awareness of having a
good health when it comes to this.

107
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE FAMILY PLANNING ACCEPTOR
& NON-ACCEPTOR
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED MWRA- 288)
3.47%
33.33%
NON
ACCEPTOR
ACCEPTOR

63.19% PREGNANT

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NON ACCEPTOR 182 63.19%
ACCEPTOR 96 33.33%
PREGNANT 10 3.47%
TOTAL 288 100%

Based on the gathered data on married women of


reproductive age, the highest percentage with a total number of 182
(63.19%) are non acceptor, 95 (33.33%) are acceptors and 10 (3.
47%)are pregnant.
Family planning acceptors wherein they are using various
type of family planning methods like pills, injectable, bilateral tubal
ligation, Lam and others.
It only implies that there will be a high possibility of an
increased in the population in the following years due to the high
percentage of married woman of reproductive age that are non
acceptors of family planning .

108
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE TETANUS TOXOID
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF PREGNANT WOMAN
THE IN BRGY: 10)

10% 10%

ON GOING

NO
IMMUNIZATION
80% FIM

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


ON GOING 8 80%
NO IMMUNIZATION 1 10%
FIM 1 10%
TOTAL 10 100%

Based on the gathered data on the tetanus toxoid, on


going has the highest percentage with 8 (80%) followed by the no
immunization and fully immunized pregnant women with 1
(10%).
As a health care provider, it is good to know that
majority of the pregnant women are engaged with the said
immunization because it implies that they have the knowledge
and capabilities to protect themselves as well as their baby in the
womb.

109
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE FAMILY PLANNING METHODS
USED BY BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILY
PLANNING ACCEPTORS-95 )

7.37%
4.21% 2.11%
2.11% PILLS
5.26%
6.32% BTL
CALENDAR
47.37% INJECTABLE
IUD
25.26% LAM
WITHDRAWAL
CONDOM

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


PILLS 45 47.37%
BTL 24 25.26%
CALENDAR 7 7.37%
INJECTABLE 6 6.32%
IUD 5 5.26%
LAM 4 4.21%
WITHDRAWAL 2 2.11%
CONDOM 2 2.11%
TOTAL 95 100%

Based on the gathered data on the family planning


methods, family planning acceptors pills gathered the highest
percentage with a total number of 45 (47.37%) followed by Bilateral
Tubal Ligation with 24 (25.26%) and calendar with 7 (7.37%). The
least in the category is use of condom and withdrawal as a method
of contraception both gathered 2 (2.11%).
It implies that the most common use is the artificial
type of contraception such as pills, which provides higher accuracy
and reliability.

110
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE ADEQUATE REST AND SLEEP
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST RESIDENTS
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED FAMILY: 365

8.77%

YES
91.23%
NO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 333 91.23%
NO 32 8.77%
TOTAL 365 100 %

Based on the gathered data on the adequate rest


and sleep, the highest percentage with a total number of
333 (91.23%) gets an adequate rest and sleep) while 32
(8.77%) doesn’t have.

It implies that adequate rest sleep makes people


become better and it is also the key or healthy lifestyle and
give benefit to our heart and give health benefit to us.

111
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE HAVE ADEQUATE RELAXATION
AND STRESS MANAGEMENT
IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES : 365)

5.48%

YES
94.52%
NO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 345 94.52%
NO 20 5.48%
TOTAL 365 100 %

Relaxation is used to manage stress or decrease the


effect of stress to every individual. It helps us to cope with
everyday stress.
Based on the gathered data on the have adequate
relaxation and stress management, the highest percentage with
a total number of 345 (94.52%) has an adequate relaxation
and stress management while 20 (5.48%) doesn’t have. It
implies that the people can less risk of acquiring heart
problems and lessen to become depressed. They find time to
relax and doing things smoothly without worries.

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COMMUNITY
AWARENESS

Existing Organization Awareness


Known Existing Organization
Membership in Organization
Awareness of Activities
Involvement in Activities
Leaders

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE AWARE OF EXISTING
ORGANIZATION
IN BRGY.POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES -365)

48.49%
51.51%
YES
NO

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


YES 188 51.51%

NO 177 48.49%

TOTAL 365 100 %

Based on the above data on the aware of the


existing organization, the highest percentage with a total
number of 188 (51.51%) are aware while 177 (48.49%) are not.
It implies that majority are aware of the existing
organization due to the benefit that they are able to earn.

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE MEMBER OF EXISTING
ORGANIZATION
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY.POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES -365)

76.44%
23.56%

NO
YES
NO
76.44%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


NO 279 76.44%
YES 86 23.56%
TOTAL 365 100 %

Based on the gathered data on the member of


existing organization, the highest percentage with a total
number of 279 (76.44%) are not a member while 86
(23.56%) are a member.
It implies that majority of the population are
just aware of the existing barangay , only few of them are
considered as a member.

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE NAME OF MEMBERSHIP OF
ORGANIZATION
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES -365)

7.23% 1.20% 1.20% 1.20%


KATIKISTA
2.41% HARANISTA
SENIOR CITIZEN
4PS
24.10% 31.33%
SB7
TODA
ORO FRATERNITY
31.33%
KABABAIHAN

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


SENIOR CITIZEN 29 33.72%
HARANISTA 26 31.33%
4PS 20 24.10%
SB7 6 7.23%
KATIKISTA 2 2.41%
TODA 1 1.20%
ORO FRATERNITY 1 1.20%
KABABAIHAN 1 1.20%
TOTAL 86 100%
Based on the gathered data on the name of the membership
of organization, the highest percentage with a total number of 29
(33.72%) are member of the senior citizen. Second is 26 (31.33%) are
haranista followed by 20 (24.10 ar 4P’s. The least are the kababaihan, toda
and oro fraternity with 1 1.20%.
It implies that the aging group are active to the one of the
community organization available. Considering their age, they are still
willing to help the community.
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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE AWARE OF ACTIVITIES
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED HOUSES -365)

36.16%
NO
YES
63.84%

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE

NO 233 63.84%

YES 132 36.16%

TOTAL 365 100%

Based on the gathered data on the aware of


activities, the highest percentage with a total number of
233 (63.84%) are not aware while 132 (36.16%) are
aware.
It implies that there’s an inadequate
dissemination of information about the activities
present in the barangay.

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING
THE INVOLVES OF ACTIVITIES
OF FAMILIES IN BRGY. POBLACION WEST
(BASED ON TOTAL NUMBER OF SURVEYED
HOUSES -365)

8.93% 6.55% ATTEND


MEETINGS
PLANNING

27.98% 39.28% IMPLEMENTATIO


N
GIVE
17.26%
DONATIONS
EVALUATION

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


ATTEND MEETING 49 37.12%
IMPLEMENTATION 41 31.06%
PLANNING 23 17.42%
GIVE DONATIONS 8 6.06%
EVALUATION 11 8.33%
TOTAL 132 100%

Based on the gathered data on the involve of activities,


the highest percentage with a total number of 49 (37.12%) are
involved by attending the meetings. Second is 41 (31.06%) is
implementation followed by 23 (17.42%) is planning.
It implies that individuals who are attending meeting
benefits than the others because of they gather the accurate
information that results to gained knowledge they had with regards
to the activities they are planning to implement.

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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION SHOWING THE
THE LEADERS WHOM YOU
THINK CAN LEAD
IN BRGY POPOBLACION WEST

2.33% 2.33% 1.74% 1.30% JOEL BOTE

SALLY AREVALO
5.52% FELIMAN MANABAT

12.5% 37.35% NARCISO MADUCDOC

ROEL BOTE

JUN BAL
17%
EMIE RIVERA
19.91%
RUBEN GARCIA

ROBIN GARCIA

CATEGORY NUMBER PERCENTAGE


JOEL BOTE 257 37.35%
SALLY AREVALO 137 19.91%
FELIMON MANABAT 117 17%
NARCISO MADUCDOC 86 12.5%
ROEL BOTE 38 5.52%
JUN BAL 16 2.33%
EMIE RIVERA 16 2.33%
RUBEN GARCIA 12 1.74%
ROBIN GARCIA 9 1.30%
TOTAL 688 100%

Based on the gathered data on the leaders whom you think can
lead, the highest percentage with a total number of 257 (37.35%) is Joel Bote.
Second 137 (19.91%) is Sally Arevalo followed by 117 (17%) Felimon
Manabat.
It implies that the residence of the community are aware about
the leadership skills of their Barangay Captain which happen to be Mr. Joel
Bote and may suggest that he is doing his best to maintain the trust of the
people to himself.
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STRENGTH
WEAKNESSES,
OPPORTUNITY,
THREATS
(S.W.O.T)

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STRENGTH

1. Supportive Barangay Officials.


2. Active and Dedicated Barangay Health Workers.
3. Cooperative and Hospitable Community.
4. Health care facilities are all accessible to all the
community such as the Brgy. Health Center, RHU, and
other LGU’s which may suggests proper disease
prevention and implementation.
5. Most of the houses uses an electricity in their respective
houses which may indicate a proper lighting in the
households.
6. National Highway is strategically located at the
Barangay that makes their travel easier.
7. Active participation of the people in the community
for all the program conducted in the barangay.

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WEAKNESSES

1. The community has a few acceptors of family planning


which leads to increase growth of population. Some of
the families has a small birth spacing.
2. Not all household garbage are collected.
3. High incidence of Hypertension or high blood pressure
case (36.10%)
4. Sedentary life style.
5. High perecentage of breeding sites (59.17%)

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OPPORTUNITY

1. Accesible Health Center for availing health programs are


well implemented. RHU are closely monitoring the
community people with regards to every health care needs
of every Purok.
2. Municipal Health Center had good facilities and lots of
resources when it comes to stock of medication that might
be able to used in times of necessities.
3. Educational Attainment in the total no. of population
have an education and degree in colleges which may
suggests a higher chance of getting a good employment.

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THREATS

1. Most of the household numbers had an open


drainage system which may result to breeding sites
of insects.
2. Most of the family owned pets that may not be
vaccinated with anti-rabbies which may results to
the spread of virus from vector to vector and to
human.
3. Some of the house used burning as their method of
garbage disposal which may cause possible health
related problems.

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