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The Many Faces of
Poverty
Volume 5
The Many Faces of Poverty: Volume 5
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
i
Foreword
1
Introduction
3
Explanatory Text
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City of Antipolo
37
City of Legazpi
65
City of Marikina
97
City of Naga
125
City of Puerto Princesa
153
City of Tacloban
187
City of Valenzuela
FOREWORD
FOREWORD
The official poverty monitoring system (PMS) in the Philippines relies mainly on family income and
expenditure surveys. Information on other aspects of well-being is generally obtained from representative
health surveys, national population and housing censuses, and others. However, these surveys and
censuses are (i) too costly to be replicated frequently; (ii) conducted at different time periods, making it
impossible to get a comprehensive profile of the different socio-demographic groups of interest at a
specific point in time; and (iii) have sampling designs that do not usually correspond to the geographical
disaggregation needed by local government units (LGUs). In addition, the implementation of the
decentralization policy, which devolves to LGUs the function of delivering basic services, creates greater
demand for data at the local level.
The Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) seeks to address these gaps by providing data
at the local level appropriate for diagnosing the cause and extent of local poverty, formulating appropriate
policies and programs, identifying eligible beneficiaries, and assessing the impact of policies and programs.
It also supports the decentralization process by capacitating the LGUs to collect, analyze, and use data
in local planning, budgeting, and program implementation.
This fifth volume of statistical tables and poverty maps of seven cities generated through the
CBMS methodology represents part of what we hope will be a series of publications that will emerge
from the collaborations between the CBMS Network Coordinating Team and its partner-LGUs. These
partnerships have been in place for several years now, and these partner-LGUs are finally enjoying the
fruits of their hard labor.
The CBMS poverty maps will identify who and where the poor are as they provide a comprehensive
picture of the different faces of poverty in different parts of the country. They will also aid in identifying
the most pressing needs of the community, assist in prioritizing interventions to address these needs,
and facilitate the targeting of programs for those who need the assistance most.
The cities featured in this volume are Antipolo, Legazpi, Marikina, Naga, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban,
and Valenzuela. The statistics presented in this report are based on the CBMS censuses conducted in
these cities during a 5-year period–from 2009-2013.
The work leading to the publication of this book owes much to the unwavering support and
commitment of our partners both at the local and national levels. For so many months now, we have
worked hand-in-hand with them in consolidating databases and validating our findings. And now, with
their consent, we are sharing their data to a wide range of CBMS stakeholders all over the country –
indeed a glowing testament of their dedication to make their development planning processes more
efficient and effective! Tremendous thanks are therefore in order to all our partner LGUs, national
government agencies, non-government organizations, donors and other development partners for making
this possible.
It is hoped that this publication will provide the necessary data to facilitate evidence-based decisionmaking toward improving local governance and reducing poverty in the country.
CELIA M. REYES
CBMS Network Leader
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Considered a foremost legislation that ushered in a new era of local governance, the Local Government
Code (LGC) of 1991 has paved the way not only for greater autonomy but also for increased expenditure
responsibility and revenue authority of local government units.
Since then, the local government units (LGUs) have assumed a greater role in local government
management and service delivery. The devolution is substantial not only in the magnitude of
responsibilities that were shifted to LGUs but also in the amount of resources now at their disposal to
effectively discharge the devolved functions. Today, LGUs have access to multiple revenue sources,
chief of which is their share in the national internal revenues—the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA). For
the period 2006–2008, the average IRA per year is P176.4 billion (see Table 1).
Table 1. Internal Revenue Allotment of Local
Government Units, 2006–2008
Amount
Year
(in P billion)
2008
210.7
2007
183.9
2006
134.5
TOTAL
529.1
Ave. per year
176.4
Source: DBM
While experts agree that local governments are not awash with cash, the P529.1 billion worth of
IRA that the LGUs have received over the 3-year period is certainly a big amount. This underscores the
importance of making sure that LGUs are equipped with the right tools, systems, and procedures to
ensure the effective use of these public financial resources. One way to do this is by providing them
access to comprehensive socioeconomic data, on the basis of which they can craft their development
plans and budgets.
Statistical Issues and Concerns at the Subnational Level
With decentralization, the types of data demanded by a wide range of users—policymakers, program
implementers, civil society, and others—are changing. Data disaggregated to correspond to the different
levels of government are needed by LGUs to adequately assess their local situation. Moreover, longitudinal
data are needed to track welfare changes over time. Household-level data are also needed to identify
eligible beneficiaries of different programs.
In 2005, 14 years after the LGC enactment, the ADB-WB released a report highlighting statistical
issues and concerns at the subnational level. It said: “The most comprehensive and consistent
comparative subnational data is at the regional level although this is simply an administrative level of
government that has no responsibilities for delivery of social services. More data is gradually becoming
available at the provincial level, but not at lower levels, which are at the frontline of efforts to reduce
poverty.” 1
1
Decentralization in the Philippines: Strengthening Local Government Financing and Resource Managemen t in the
Short-Term, 2005 (A joint document of the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank).
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Local Poverty Monitoring Systems Rise up to the Challenge
Owing to still unresolved statistical issues and concerns at the subnational level, an increasing number
of LGUs all over the country have taken the initiative to establish their own Community-Based Monitoring
System (CBMS). As of March 2014, CBMS is being implemented in 70 provinces (32 of which are
implementing the system province-wide), 801 municipalities, and 63 cities, covering a total of 21,582
barangays. Data generated by CBMS have so far been used in diagnosing the nature and extent of
poverty in their localities, identifying appropriate interventions, identifying eligible beneficiaries of poverty
reduction programs, and assessing the impact of some of these programs.
National government agencies have likewise taken notice of the CBMS initiative. Today, CBMS is
recognized as a tool for (i) building the capacity of LGUs on poverty diagnosis and planning, (ii) localizing
the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and (iii) generating local poverty statistics for evidencebased development planning and budgeting.
Parallel with efforts to establish databanks at each geopolitical level, an initiative on building the
national repository of CBMS data has also been jumpstarted with the installation of the repository at
the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) and at the Department of the Interior and Local Government
(DILG). The national repository is envisioned to facilitate data sharing across government agencies, the
private sector, donor agencies, and other relevant stakeholders. Specifically, the national repository will
(i) facilitate the access and use of the integrated CBMS database by national entities in their advocacy
work with key decisionmakers, (ii) support government and non-government funding sources in
strengthening evidence-based planning and monitoring and in aligning their interventions to national
priorities, and (ii) facilitate the implementation of targeted programs.
Concluding Remarks
Public statistics will increasingly shape public agenda at the local level as more and more LGUs establish
their own monitoring systems to make their development planning processes more efficient and effective.
In this scenario, local poverty monitoring systems such as the CBMS will have an extremely important
role to play.
The country’s experience with local-level poverty monitoring systems clearly demonstrates that
there can be a comprehensive picture of the poverty situation. Very few, if any, national surveys collect
information on the different dimensions of poverty. There is a survey on income and expenditure,
another on health, another on education, another on employment, another on nutrition, and others. As
the samples and the reference periods are different, there is no comprehensive picture of the poverty
status of the population at any point in time. This is where CBMS can make a difference as it addressess
these gaps through its set of core indicators relating to the different dimensions of poverty.
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EXPLANATORY TEXT
EXPLANATORY
TEXT
A. CBMS Core Indicators
The statistical tables and poverty maps presented in this volume pertain to the CBMS Core
Indicators (also known as Core Local Poverty Indicators1), which were generated using the CBMS
methodology.
Box 1. Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
The CBMS is an organized way of collecting ongoing or recurring information at the local
level to be used by local governments, national government agencies, non-government
organization (NGOs), and civil society for planning, budgeting, and implementing local
development programs, as well as for monitoring and evaluating their performance. It is a
tool for improved local governance and democratic decisionmaking that promotes greater
transparency and accountability in resource allocation.
It involves the following steps:
Step 1 – Advocacy/organization
Step 2 – Data collection and field editing
Step 3 – Data encoding and map digitization
Step 4 – Data consolidation, database-building and poverty mapping
Step 5 – Data validation and community consultation
Step 6 – Knowledge (database) management
Step 7 – Plan formulation
Step 8 – Dissemination, implementation, and monitoring
The CBMS Core Indicators are a set of carefully selected indicators that capture the multiple
dimensions of poverty. They define the basic criteria for attaining a decent quality of life and
correspond to the minimum basic needs covering (a) health, (b) nutrition, (c) housing, (d) water
and sanitation, (e) basic education, (f) income, (g) employment, and (h) peace and order. Together,
these indicators provide information not only on how poor a community is, but also on who in
the community is poor, and where.
The CBMS Core Indicators are presented in Table 1. Meanwhile, the poverty and food thresholds
used are presented in Table 2.
1
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has issued Memorandum Circular 2003-92 (April
2003) to set policy guidelines for the adoption of the 13 core local poverty indicators, for planning and Memoradum
Circular 2004-152 (November 2004) to encourage LGUs to intensify efforts toward the achievement of the millennium
development goals (MDGs). The latter circular also enjoins LGUs to use monitoring systems such as MBN-CBIS, CBMS,
IRAP, etc., to monitor and diagnose the nature and extent of poverty in their respective localities. CBMS was adopted
by the DILG as the data collection and processing system for the CLPIMS which was the tool adopted to monitor the
MDGs for LGUs.
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Table 1. The CBMS Core Indicators
BASIC NEEDS
A. He alth
B. Nutrition
C. Housing
D. W ate r and
Sa nitation
E. Education
CORE INDICATORS
1 Proportion of children
under 5 years old who
died
Total number of children aged 0 to less than
5 years old who died divided by (the sum of
total number of children aged 0 to less than
5 years old plus the total number of child
deaths 0 to less than 5 years old)
2 Proportion of women who Total number of women who died due to
died due to pregnancypregnancy related causes divided by (the
related causes
total number of children less than one year
old plus total number of women who died
due to pregnancy-related causes)
3 Proportion of children 0-5 Total number of children 0-5 years old who
years old who are
are moderately or severely underweight over
malnourished
total number of children 0-5 years old
4 Proportion of households Total number of households living in housing
living in makeshift housing with makeshift roof and/or walls over total
number of households
5 Proportion of households Total number of households occupying
who are informal settlers
house and/or lots without permission of
owner over total number of households
6 Proportion of households Total number of households without access
without access to safe
to community water system, artesian deep
water supply
and shallow wells or bottled water over total
number of households
7 Proportion of households Total number of households without access
without access to sanitary to water-sealed toilet or closed pit over total
toilet facilities
number of households
8 Proportion of children 6-11 Total number of children 6-11 years old who
years old who are not
are not attending elementary school over
attending elementary
total number of children 6-11 years old
school
9 Proportion of children 12- Total number of children 12-15 years old
15 years old who are not who are not attending secondary school over
attending secondary
total number of children 12-15 years old
school
8-9 Proportion of children 6-15 Total number of children 6-15 years old who
years old who are not
are not attending school over total number of
attending school
children 6-15 years old
F. Income
10 Proportion of households
with income below the
poverty threshold
11 Proportion of households
with income below the
food threshold
12 Proportion of households
who experienced hunger
due to food shortage
G. Employme nt 13 Proportion of persons in
the labor force who are
unemployed
H. Pe ace and
Orde r
CBMS
Composite
Indicator
Total number of households with income
below the poverty threshold over total
number of households
Total number of households with income
below the food (subsistence) threshold over
total number of households
Total number of households who
experienced hunger due to food shortage
over total number of households
Total number of persons aged 15 and above
who are not working but actively seeking
work over total number of labor force
14 Proportion of persons who Total number of persons who are victims of
are victims of crimes
crimes over total population
Average number of unmet
needs
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Computa tion/Formula
Sum of unmet needs of households over
total number of households
Simple Scoring
One (1) if the household has a
member under 5 years old who died;
zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has a
female member who died due to
pregnancy-related causes; zero (0)
otherwise.
One (1) if the household has a
member 0-5 years old who is
malnourished; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household lives in
makeshift housing; zero (0)
otherwise.
One (1) if the household is an
informal settler; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household does not
have access to safe water supply;
zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household does not
have access to sanitary toilet
facilities; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has a
member 6-15 years old not
attending school; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has a per
capita income below poverty
threshold; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has a per
capita income below food threshold;
zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has
experienced hunger due to food
shortage; zero (0) otherwise.
One (1) if the household has
unemployed member/s; zero (0)
otherwise.
One (1) if the household has
victim/s of crime; zero (0) otherwise.
Sum of the scores (number of
unmet needs) of the 13 indicators.
Table 2. Poverty and Food Thresholds
M o n th o f D a ta
C o l le c ti o n
C ity
C ity o f A n t ip o lo
C it y o f L e g a z p i
C it y o f M a rik in a
C ity o f N a g a
C it y o f P u e rt o
P rin c e s a
C ity o f Ta c lo b a n
C it y o f V a le n z u e la
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Jan u ar y - Jun e
July - D ec e m b e r
Apr il- Jun e
Y e a r o f D a ta
C o l l e c ti o n
2 01 1
2 01 1
2 01 2
2 01 2
2 00 9
2 00 9
2 01 0
2 01 0
2 01 1
2 01 1
2 01 2
2 01 2
2 01 1
2 01 1
2 01 2
2 01 2
2 01 3
2 00 9
2 00 9
2 01 1
2 01 1
2 01 2
2 01 2
2 01 2
R e fe re n c e
Ye a r
20 1 0
20 1 1
20 1 1
20 1 2
20 0 8
20 0 9
20 0 9
20 1 0
20 1 0
20 1 1
20 1 1
20 1 2
20 1 0
20 1 1
20 1 1
20 1 2
20 1 2
20 0 8
20 0 9
20 1 0
20 1 1
20 1 1
20 1 2
20 1 1
P o v e rty T h re sh o l d
Urba n
R u ra l
1 9,6 38
2 0,3 41
2 0,3 41
2 0,6 76
1 8,2 28
1 9,3 82
1 9,3 82
2 0,2 36
2 0,2 36
2 0,9 27
2 0,9 07
2 1,1 00
1 8,3 69
1 8,9 96
1 8,9 96
1 9,4 84
1 9,4 84
1 3,9 94
1 4,5 50
1 6,7 70
1 7,2 65
1 7,2 65
1 7,6 81
2 0,9 07
18 ,69 0
19 ,35 9
19 ,35 9
19 ,67 8
17 ,29 0
18 ,38 5
18 ,38 5
19 ,19 5
19 ,19 5
19 ,85 1
20 ,90 7
21 ,10 0
17 ,62 8
18 ,23 0
18 ,23 0
18 ,69 8
18 ,69 8
13 ,36 4
13 ,89 5
15 ,78 0
16 ,24 6
16 ,24 6
16 ,63 7
20 ,90 7
F o o d T h re sh o l d
U rb a n
R u ra l
13 ,71 6
14 ,20 7
14 ,20 7
14 ,44 1
12 ,73 1
13 ,53 7
13 ,53 7
14 ,13 4
14 ,13 4
14 ,61 7
14 ,60 2
14 ,73 7
12 ,83 0
13 ,26 8
13 ,26 8
13 ,60 8
13 ,60 8
9 ,77 4
10 ,16 2
11 ,71 3
12 ,05 9
12 ,05 9
12 ,34 9
14 ,60 2
1 3 ,0 5 4
1 3 ,5 2 1
1 3 ,5 2 1
1 3 ,7 4 4
1 2 ,0 7 6
1 2 ,8 4 1
1 2 ,8 4 1
1 3 ,4 0 7
1 3 ,4 0 7
1 3 ,8 6 5
1 4 ,6 0 2
1 4 ,7 3 7
1 2 ,3 1 2
1 2 ,7 3 3
1 2 ,7 3 3
1 3 ,0 6 0
1 3 ,0 6 0
9 ,3 3 4
9 ,7 0 5
1 1 ,0 2 2
1 1 ,3 4 7
1 1 ,3 4 7
1 1 ,6 2 0
1 4 ,6 0 2
B. Authority for the Survey
The National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) has issued Resolution No. 6 (2005), which
recognizes and enjoins support to the CBMS as a tool for strengthening the statistical system
at the local level. It also directs the NSCB Technical Staff to initiate and coordinate an advocacy
program for the adoption of the CBMS by the LGUs, through the Regional Statistical Coordination
Committees (RSCCs), the technical arm of the NSCB Executive Board in the regions. The NSCB
has also approved the CBMS Survey Instruments (NSCB Approval No. DILG-1237-01)
C. Survey Operations
All survey operations were undertaken under the supervision of the CBMS Technical Working
Groups (TWGs) at the provincial and municipal Levels. They identified the local personnel who
were trained as enumerators and field supervisors. Technical assistance was provided by the
PEP-CBMS Network Office, the Bureau of Local Government Development (BLGD) and Regional
Office 8 of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), and the National AntiPoverty Commission (NAPC).
Training is mainly conducted at two levels. The first level training (Training of Trainors) is conducted
for members of the TWGs. This is usually conducted by members of the research staff of the
PEP-CBMS Network Office and CBMS-accredited trainors from the DILG, NAPC and NEDA.
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Meanwhile, a second level training (Training of Enumerators) is conducted for enumerators-usually composed of barangay health workers and students. Members of the TWG act as trainors
in this training.
D. Data Processing System
The CBMS Data Processing System includes the CBMS Data Encoding System, Statistics Simulator
(StatSim) and the CBMS-Natural Resources Database (NRDB).
The CBMS Encoding System uses CSPro (Census and Survey Processing), a software developed
by the United States Bureau of Census for entering, editing, tabulating, and disseminating data
from censuses and surveys. The CSPro-based Encoding System converts survey data into
electronic data. It produces text files (ASCII) described by data dictionaries, which adds flexibility
to the output data. This feature facilitates the interface between the CBMS data and other
database systems and statistical softwares.
The CBMS-NRDB is capable of creating and storing spatial (shapefiles) and non-spatial (texts
and numbers) data as well as generating maps, reports and graphs ideal for presentation and
analysis of poverty attributes in the community. This has significantly addressed the need for a
simple yet powerful and free geographically-oriented database.
The data presented through poverty maps using the CBMS-NRDB are processed using the
CBMS StatSim which has been developed by the PEP-CBMS Network Office to address the
particular need of LGUs to harness outputs from the CBMS Database such as custom tables,
reports, case lists and queries. The StatSim simulates simple computations and tabulations
usually done through statistical software or other tabulation applications, and also exports
indicators and statistics for use in dissemination, such as tables and maps.
These software are provided for free to CBMS-implementing LGUs.
E. CBMS Poverty Maps
The poverty map for each indicator is prepared at two levels. The first level is the provincial map
disaggregated by municipality while the second level is the provincial map by barangay.
A simple color scheme is used for the poverty maps. Green, light green, pink and red represents
the four ranges of data for each indicator. Each indicator, however, used a different range
relative to the provincial data.
2
The NRDB was developed by Mr. Richard Alexander, a British volunteer who spent three years working for
the Bohol Environment Management Office through the assistance of the Voluntary Service Overseas (vso.org.uk).
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F.
Limitations of the Data
While observations are taken from the entire population, the user of the data presented in this
report should bear in mind that due to some difficulties, the CBMS was not carried out in the
following five barangays in the City of Tacloban: 109 (V&G Subd.), 109-A, 62-B, 77, and 80
(Marasbaras).
Estimates on poverty and subsistence incidence may also be affected by under- and/or over-reporting
of income or reluctance on the part of the respondents to reveal their true levels of income. As in
other surveys, the CBMS enumerators may also have encountered interview non-response and item
non-response.
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The Many Faces of Poverty
in Legazpi City
CBMS Core Indicators, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Households
Population
M a g n i tu d e Propor tion M a g n i tu d e P ro p o r t i o n
INDICATOR
DEMOGRAPHY
Population
Average household size
Children under 1 year old
Children under 5 years old
Children 0-5 years old
Children 6-11 years old
Members 12-15 years old
Members 6-15 years old
Members 10 years old and above
Members of the labor force
36,091
5
169,704
3,549
17,982
21,910
22,681
14,886
37,567
132,192
57,053
HEALTH AND NU T RI T I ON
Children under 5 years old who died
Women who died due to pregnancy related-causes
Malnourished children 0-5 years old
H OU S I N G
Households living in makeshift housing
Households who are informal settlers
927
3,436
2.6
9.5
W ATER AND S ANI T ATI ON
Households without access to safe water supply
Households without access to sanitary toilet facilities
4,743
4,995
13.1
13.8
B A S I C EDU C AT I ON
Children 6-11 years old not attending elementary school
Children 12-15 years old not attending high school
Children 6-15 years old not attending school
I NC OME AND L IVELI HOOD
Households with income below poverty threshold
Households with income below food threshold
Households who experienced hunger due to food shor tage
Unemployment rate (15 years old and above)
17,556
12,716
187
29
7
453
0.2
0.2
2.1
2,429
5,062
2,271
10.7
34.0
6.0
2,366
4.1
115
0.1
48.6
35.2
0.5
PEAC E AND OR DER
Victims of crime
CBMS Composite Indicator, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Averag e
CBMS Composite Indicator
1.4
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Total Number of Households and Population, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
To t a l
households
To t a l
p o p u l a ti o n
966
349
206
208
190
292
167
492
317
124
125
291
132
104
349
757
335
374
84
122
195
303
162
302
279
227
322
503
275
421
271
1,192
541
353
121
4,378
1,629
906
893
897
1,313
738
2,252
1,477
553
580
1,336
502
446
1,611
3,639
1,624
1,726
406
648
892
1,293
788
1,528
1,301
983
1,479
2,270
1,247
1,962
1,031
5,711
2,500
1,730
527
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
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Barangay
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
To t a l
households
To t a l
p o p u l a ti o n
114
1,481
1,069
695
1,348
727
1,181
298
695
310
408
742
311
1,247
344
696
353
633
303
719
2,851
306
858
845
216
880
907
325
325
389
1,414
416
445
257
532
622
7,117
4,773
3,215
6,313
3,353
5,457
1,478
3,409
1,404
1,951
3,544
1,375
5,931
1,377
3,227
1,735
3,144
1,447
3,455
13,276
1,493
4,133
4,210
1,124
4,061
4,318
1,532
1,623
1,976
6,802
2,047
2,273
1,157
2,556
CBMS Poverty Maps: Legazpi City
Map 1. Proportion of Children under 5 Years Old who Died, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 1 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero Pob.
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
3
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
3
1
1
1.6
1.2
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
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Map 2. Proportion of Women who Died Due to Pregnancy-Related Causes,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 6 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
2
1
1
1
1
1
5.9
4.2
3.8
2.3
1.1
1.0
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero Pob.
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
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Map 3. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who are Malnourished,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
20
42
51
22
26
18
6
44
39
22
27.4
10.8
9.7
9.1
8.6
7.3
6.2
5.2
5.2
4.6
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Table 1. Health and Nutrition Indicators, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
Nu m be r o f
ch ildren
(under
5 ye ars o ld )
C h i l d re n u n d e r
( 5 yea rs ol d
wh o d i e d )
Nu mb er o f
c h i l d re n
(under
1 year ol d)
M a g n i t u d e P ro p or t io n
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East
Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
390
163
80
79
65
114
59
214
154
57
56
108
54
26
138
314
138
184
32
52
83
122
105
183
158
102
179
210
96
197
122
632
248
167
46
63
679
387
307
581
335
670
166
376
163
223
403
169
724
163
378
187
312
154
428
1,370
188
438
513
137
488
485
188
190
242
797
237
268
154
292
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0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
3
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1.2
0
0
0.9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.5
0
0
0
0
0.9
0
0
0
1.6
0
1
0
0
0.5
0
0
0
0
0.1
0
0
0.2
0.9
0.1
0
0
0
0.4
0.2
0
0.1
0
0
0.5
0.6
0
0.2
0
0
0
0.2
0
0
0.2
0
1
0
0
0.4
0
0
0
75
33
11
19
8
25
15
36
39
12
17
17
7
9
26
79
23
34
9
14
23
27
28
38
32
21
38
35
8
42
44
126
41
24
11
13
148
86
59
118
77
148
33
84
32
49
83
35
141
20
74
23
67
30
88
214
37
91
99
29
100
80
33
42
48
152
51
46
30
43
W om en de ath s du e
Nu mb er o f
to p re g n a n c y-re l a te d
c h i l d re n
causes
( 0-5 ye a rs o ld )
M a g ni tu de
Pr opo r ti on
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5.9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.1
1
0
0
0
0
2.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
M al n o uri she d
c h i l d re n
( 0-5 ye a rs o ld )
M a g n i t u d e Propor tion
457
182
96
89
77
148
66
246
182
71
66
139
61
30
163
401
184
223
38
62
106
152
124
215
182
126
213
279
118
248
150
751
317
197
56
73
848
480
366
686
407
808
205
434
196
268
489
197
878
199
450
231
389
194
529
1,711
225
525
620
164
600
603
228
241
304
980
283
329
189
366
0
5
6
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
1
0
0
1
1
8
10
0
18
0
39
3
7
0
20
44
22
0
1
10
30
0
0
0
0
18
0
3
0
2
0
42
0
10
1
6
51
27
0
0
0
0
22
26
4
1
0
1
5
0
2.7
6.2
0
2.6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.7
0
0
0
0
0
0.4
0
0
3.8
0.7
0
0
0.5
0.8
3.8
3.6
0
7.3
0
5.2
0.9
3.6
0
27.4
5.2
4.6
0
0.1
2.5
3.7
0
0
0
0
3.7
0
0.3
0
0.4
0
10.8
0
1.9
0.1
2.7
9.7
4.4
0
0
0
0
9.1
8.6
0.4
0.4
0
0.5
1.4
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Map 4. Proportion of Households Living in Makeshift Housing, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
91
40
32
21
78
20
7
71
17
7
30.0
14.8
7.6
7.0
6.6
6.2
6.1
6.0
5.6
5.6
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Map 5. Proportion of Households who are Informal Settlers, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
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M ag n i tu d e
302
382
343
181
96
192
302
135
63
80
P r o p or t i o n
93.8
90.7
68.2
65.8
31.7
27.6
25.3
25.0
23.2
21.4
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Map 6. Proportion of Households without Access to Safe Water Supply,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
564
202
418
247
312
683
168
73
115
210
62.2
62.2
60.1
59.4
58.6
48.3
37.8
33.8
29.6
29.2
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Map 7. Proportion of Households without Access to Sanitary Toilet Facilities,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 45 - Dita
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M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
171
96
221
110
210
104
136
267
117
81
56.4
44.4
43.9
42.8
33.2
32
30.6
29.4
28.1
26.1
Table 2. Housing, Water and Sanitation Indicators, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
Ho use h o ld s li v i n g i n
m a k e sh i f t h o u s i n g
M a g ni tu de
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
2
2
9
1
5
0
1
7
7
7
5
7
0
0
10
7
0
2
0
1
3
91
3
0
2
12
4
6
2
32
40
71
20
5
1
7
27
48
16
14
16
78
21
10
12
7
24
4
29
1
8
6
8
17
26
32
15
5
39
0
17
15
3
20
5
17
0
9
2
4
Ho u seh o l d s who a re
i n f o rm a l se ttl e rs
Ho u se h o l d s wi th o u t
a cc e ss to saf e wa te r
supply
Ho u se h o l d s wi th o u t
a c c e ss to sa n i ta r y
to i l e t f a c i l i ti e s
P r o p or t i o n
M a g ni tu de
P r o p or t i o n
M a g ni tu de
P r o p or t i o n
M a g ni tu de
P r o p or t i o n
0.2
0.6
4.4
0.5
2.6
0
0.6
1.4
2.2
5.6
4
2.4
0
0
2.9
0.9
0
0.5
0
0.8
1.5
30
1.9
0
0.7
5.3
1.2
1.2
0.7
7.6
14.8
6.0
3.7
1.4
0.8
6.1
1.8
4.5
2.3
1.0
2.2
6.6
7.0
1.4
3.9
1.7
3.2
1.3
2.3
0.3
1.1
1.7
1.3
5.6
3.6
1.1
4.9
0.6
4.6
0
1.9
1.7
0.9
6.2
1.3
1.2
0
2.0
0.8
0.8
11
36
0
1
1
29
6
43
4
9
2
0
0
0
14
118
0
80
0
1
0
96
9
6
8
1
302
343
181
382
63
302
135
42
4
0
300
183
192
19
70
37
3
3
7
41
15
4
12
7
1
16
6
1
23
60
15
19
38
19
7
74
0
17
3
6
4
2
0
3
1.1
10.3
0
0.5
0.5
9.9
3.6
8.7
1.3
7.3
1.6
0
0
0
4
15.6
0
21.4
0
0.8
0
31.7
5.6
2.0
2.9
0.4
93.8
68.2
65.8
90.7
23.2
25.3
25.0
11.9
3.3
0
20.3
17.1
27.6
1.4
9.6
3.1
1.0
0.4
2.3
10.0
2.0
1.3
1.0
2.0
0.1
4.5
0.9
0.3
3.2
2.1
4.9
2.2
4.5
8.8
0.8
8.2
0
5.2
0.8
0.4
1.0
0.4
0
0.6
11
5
0
0
3
38
0
5
86
0
29
30
0
1
33
6
7
3
6
1
4
1
0
0
4
1
2
2
0
2
7
38
0
8
0
4
8
14
18
41
37
11
11
28
35
25
33
13
66
22
418
77
31
66
210
464
45
32
113
73
216
564
8
202
115
683
247
168
0
312
1.1
1.4
0
0
1.6
13
0
1
27.1
0
23.2
10.3
0
1.0
9.5
0.8
2.1
0.8
7.1
0.8
2.1
0.3
0
0
1.4
0.4
0.6
0.4
0
0.5
2.6
3.2
0
2.3
0
3.5
0.5
1.3
2.6
3
5.1
0.9
3.7
4.0
11.3
6.1
4.4
4.2
5.3
6.4
60.1
21.8
4.9
21.8
29.2
16.3
14.7
3.7
13.4
33.8
24.5
62.2
2.5
62.2
29.6
48.3
59.4
37.8
0
58.6
41
8
0
1
12
19
0
36
49
3
19
17
0
0
35
9
2
44
9
1
2
47
17
5
39
23
58
221
13
74
41
147
35
19
2
0
315
10
20
15
17
62
32
111
81
54
90
76
226
89
113
72
210
171
115
354
40
89
166
96
155
267
54
104
86
197
117
136
110
97
4.2
2.3
0
0.5
6.3
6.5
0
7.3
15.5
2.4
15.2
5.8
0
0
10.0
1.2
0.6
11.8
10.7
0.8
1
15.5
10.5
1.7.0
14.0
10.1
18.0
43.9
4.7
17.6
15.1
12.3
6.5
5.4
1.7
0
21.3
0.9
2.9
1.1
2.3
5.2
10.7
16.0
26.1
13.2
12.1
24.4
18.1
25.9
16.2
20.4
33.2
56.4
16.0
12.4
13.1
10.4
19.6
44.4
17.6
29.4
16.6
32.0
22.1
13.9
28.1
30.6
42.8
18.2
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Map 8. Proportion of Children 6-11 years old Not Attending Elementary
School, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod Pob.
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East Pob.
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
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M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
64
14
16
27
60
28
68
28
33
7
26.2
25.5
23.9
19.3
19.1
16.6
15.6
15.4
14.9
14.9
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Map 9. Proportion of Children 12-15 years old Not Attending High School,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 7 - Baño
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
131
19
70
153
58
74
307
95
61
19
58.5
57.6
54.3
53.1
52.7
46.8
45.8
45.5
44.2
44.2
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Map 10. Proportion of Children 6-15 years old Not Attending School,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod Pob.
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
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M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
62
17
76
71
129
117
57
13
32
26
20.8
19.3
14.7
13.4
12.1
12.1
11.1
11.1
11
9.4
Table 3. Education Indicators, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
C h i l d re n n o t
Nu mb er o f C h i l d re n n o t a tte n d i n g Nu mb er o f C h i l d re n n o t a tte n d i n g Nu mb er o f
a tte n d i n g sc h o o l
e l e m e n ta r y sc h o o l
h i gh sc ho o l
c h i l d re n
c h i l d re n
c h i l d re n
(6- 11
(12-15
( 6-15 yea rs ol d )
(6- 15
( 6-11 yea rs ol d )
( 12-15 ye ars ol d )
years old)
years old)
Ma gni tu de
432
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
172
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
99
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
106
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
94
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
183
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
68
Brgy. 7 - Baño
256
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
171
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
65
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
67
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
151
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
53
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
40
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
182
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive 403
213
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
230
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
50
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
63
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
100
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
136
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
108
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
156
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
165
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
113
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
195
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
314
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
140
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
240
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
136
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
720
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
347
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
244
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
47
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
55
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
980
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
582
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
372
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
774
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
401
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
791
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
192
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
436
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
221
Brgy. 45 - Dita
242
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
469
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
182
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
848
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
169
Brgy. 50 - Padang
468
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
271
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
465
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
242
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
492
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
1,943
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
223
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
540
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
588
Brgy. 59 - Puro
180
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
584
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
649
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
173
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
278
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
295
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
1,053
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
294
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
321
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
209
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
440
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
35
24
4
6
13
22
9
34
18
5
16
14
7
5
28
43
14
29
7
8
8
12
14
20
18
9
12
60
27
31
11
86
45
64
7
14
123
65
37
95
30
95
15
68
33
20
26
14
73
28
17
22
50
17
43
194
17
60
78
25
63
86
16
18
13
110
19
35
7
38
P r o p or t i o n
8.1
14.0
4.0
5.7
13.8
12.0
13.2
13.3
10.5
7.7
23.9
9.3
13.2
12.5
15.4
10.7
6.6
12.6
14.0
12.7
8.0
8.8
13.0
12.8
10.9
8.0
6.2
19.1
19.3
12.9
8.1
11.9
13.0
26.2
14.9
25.5
12.6
11.2
9.9
12.3
7.5
12.0
7.8
15.6
14.9
8.3
5.5
7.7
8.6
16.6
3.6
8.1
10.8
7.0
8.7
10.0
7.6
11.1
13.3
13.9
10.8
13.3
9.2
6.5
4.4
10.4
6.5
10.9
3.3
8.6
318
130
56
61
73
111
43
194
115
55
50
105
26
27
134
316
157
140
33
56
70
98
83
121
116
72
121
200
94
178
88
439
211
145
39
33
640
410
278
531
280
458
123
273
128
159
343
113
518
129
290
158
318
138
322
1,228
132
331
374
110
381
414
151
163
184
671
224
209
109
288
years old)
M ag nitude
P r o p or t i o n
81
39
18
11
21
29
19
55
29
8
12
27
10
1
43
93
45
56
12
16
16
28
22
39
33
19
33
79
40
57
22
132
56
56
16
19
193
108
79
145
63
167
29
112
49
42
97
35
140
70
74
74
97
61
117
450
36
119
161
58
154
175
56
48
50
307
131
95
25
153
25.5
30.0
32.1
18.0
28.8
26.1
44.2
28.4
25.2
14.5
24.0
25.7
38.5
3.7
32.1
29.4
28.7
40.0
36.4
28.6
22.9
28.6
26.5
32.2
28.4
26.4
27.3
39.5
42.6
32.0
25.0
30.1
26.5
38.6
41.0
57.6
30.2
26.3
28.4
27.3
22.5
36.5
23.6
41.0
38.3
26.4
28.3
31.0
27.0
54.3
25.5
46.8
30.5
44.2
36.3
36.6
27.3
36.0
43.0
52.7
40.4
42.3
37.1
29.4
27.2
45.8
58.5
45.5
22.9
53.1
M ag ni t ud e P r o p o r t i o n
750
302
155
167
167
294
111
450
286
120
117
256
79
67
316
719
370
370
83
119
170
234
191
277
281
185
316
514
234
418
224
1,159
558
389
86
88
1,620
992
650
1,305
681
1,249
315
709
349
401
812
295
1,366
298
758
429
783
380
814
3,171
355
871
962
290
965
1,063
324
441
479
1,724
518
530
318
728
26
26
5
2
8
11
6
19
14
2
13
13
4
2
20
30
18
13
4
4
6
8
7
26
12
3
15
57
15
18
16
76
27
28
8
17
57
23
22
59
13
56
6
28
12
12
23
8
60
62
15
17
42
19
55
210
16
59
84
32
117
129
16
38
42
148
76
71
11
54
3.5
8.6
3.2
1.2
4.8
3.7
5.4
4.2
4.9
1.7
11.1
5.1
5.1
3.0
6.3
4.2
4.9
3.5
4.8
3.4
3.5
3.4
3.7
9.4
4.3
1.6
4.7
11.1
6.4
4.3
7.1
6.6
4.8
7.2
9.3
19.3
3.5
2.3
3.4
4.5
1.9
4.5
1.9
3.9
3.4
3.0
2.8
2.7
4.4
20.8
2.0
4.0
5.4
5.0
6.8
6.6
4.5
6.8
8.7
11.0
12.1
12.1
4.9
8.6
8.8
8.6
14.7
13.4
3.5
7.4
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Map 11. Proportion of Households with Income Below the Poverty Threshold,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
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M ag n i tu d e P r o p or t i o n
283
321
463
242
707
266
271
482
331
231
93.4
90.9
87
79.9
77.9
77.3
76.8
76.1
74.4
71.1
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Map 12. Proportion of Households with Income Below the Food Threshold,
by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
267
303
390
632
206
226
288
402
220
385
88.1
85.8
73.3
69.7
68.0
65.7
64.7
63.5
62.3
55.3
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Map 13. Proportion of Households who Experienced Hunger due to Food
Shortage, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
33
16
12
30
10
18
2
6
2
3
5.2
5.2
3.9
3.5
2.6
2.5
1.9
1.7
1.6
1.5
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod Pob.
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod Pob.
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
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Table 4. Income Indicators, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Hou seh o ld s wi th in c om e
b e l o w th e p o ve r ty th resh o l d
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
151
102
22
14
71
81
54
159
80
30
35
97
20
6
210
300
176
221
23
52
46
242
91
143
98
88
157
290
169
258
92
533
298
271
48
35
570
351
168
392
217
548
137
404
187
232
361
148
662
266
483
321
482
283
261
1,395
161
296
430
98
508
707
231
198
236
837
268
331
161
463
15.6
29.2
10.7
6.7
37.4
27.7
32.3
32.3
25.2
24.2
28.0
33.3
15.2
5.8
60.2
39.6
52.5
59.1
27.4
42.6
23.6
79.9
56.2
47.4
35.1
38.8
48.8
57.7
61.5
61.3
33.9
44.7
55.1
76.8
39.7
30.7
38.5
32.8
24.2
29.1
29.8
46.4
46.0
58.1
60.3
56.9
48.7
47.6
53.1
77.3
69.4
90.9
76.1
93.4
36.3
48.9
52.6
34.5
50.9
45.4
57.7
77.9
71.1
60.9
60.7
59.2
64.4
74.4
62.6
87.0
Hou seh o ld s wi th in c om e
b e lo w th e f o o d th re sho l d
M ag n i tu d e
83
81
7
9
56
45
39
103
54
21
23
64
8
2
174
195
133
159
17
39
21
206
67
99
51
54
96
212
132
185
58
353
242
220
28
17
419
230
93
272
122
387
96
314
136
175
255
108
462
226
385
303
402
267
156
870
105
175
287
55
343
632
178
130
168
638
184
288
112
390
Ho u seh o l d s who e x p e rie n c e d
h u ng e r du e to f o o d sh o r ta g e
P r o p or t i o n
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
8.6
23.2
3.4
4.3
29.5
15.4
23.4
20.9
17.0
16.9
18.4
22.0
6.1
1.9
49.9
25.8
39.7
42.5
20.2
32.0
10.8
68.0
41.4
32.8
18.3
23.8
29.8
42.1
48.0
43.9
21.4
29.6
44.7
62.3
23.1
14.9
28.3
21.5
13.4
20.2
16.8
32.8
32.2
45.2
43.9
42.9
34.4
34.7
37.0
65.7
55.3
85.8
63.5
88.1
21.7
30.5
34.3
20.4
34.0
25.5
39.0
69.7
54.8
40.0
43.2
45.1
44.2
64.7
43.6
73.3
0
6
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
15
1
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
18
5
0
0
12
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
33
0
6
1
16
30
7
0
0
0
0
2
10
0
0
0
2
0
0
1.7
1.5
0.5
0.5
0
0
0
0
0
1.6
0
0
1.9
0.3
0.1
0
0
0
0
0.5
0
0
0
0
0
0.9
0
0.4
0
0
1.3
0.2
0
0
0.9
0
0.3
0.1
0
2.5
0.4
0
0
3.9
0
0
0
0.1
0.3
0
0
5.2
0
0.8
0
5.2
3.5
0.8
0
0
0
0
0.6
2.6
0
0
0
0.8
0
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CBMS Poverty Maps: Legazpi City
Map 14. Unemployment Rate (15 years old and above), by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 0 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
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M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
94
55
45
93
47
26
124
40
31
56
17.6
13.8
13.4
12.8
12.2
11.8
10.9
10.8
10.5
10.4
CBMS Poverty Maps: Legazpi City
Map 15. Proportion of Persons who are Victims of Crime, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 5 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West Pob. (Ilawod 1)
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East Pob.
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon Pob. (Sagpon 1)
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
M ag n i tu d e
P r o p or t i o n
9
42
25
4
5
3
3
6
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
1.8
1.7
1.5
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
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Table 5. Unemployment and Victims of Crime Indicators, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
B ara n ga y
Num ber of p erso ns
in the labo r fo rce
(15 years ol d and above)
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
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1,363
610
398
353
318
480
336
664
534
171
223
493
169
236
615
1,177
469
510
157
220
351
280
231
435
376
309
537
711
386
603
358
1,941
885
586
200
294
2,375
1,641
1,121
2,058
1,252
1,787
518
1,145
412
692
1,112
476
1,814
464
1,014
645
1,141
633
1,211
4,315
533
1,611
1,428
420
1,353
1,344
434
557
727
2,139
750
683
371
898
U ne mp l oym en t rate
(15 years ol d and above)
Pe rso ns wh o a re vic ti ms of
c rim e s
Ma gni tu de
P ro po r t io n
Ma gni tu de
P ro po r t io n
0
56
55
4
8
36
45
0
1
0
21
0
5
22
15
93
0
24
12
26
17
1
7
0
0
0
56
16
47
4
0
128
35
9
19
31
21
58
8
107
96
156
17
0
42
54
57
0
74
6
10
66
124
10
58
2
94
157
29
22
3
89
0
35
93
0
0
8
40
37
0
9.2
13.8
1.1
2.5
7.5
13.4
0
0.2
0
9.4
0
3.0
9.3
2.4
7.9
0
4.7
7.6
11.8
4.8
0.4
3
0
0
0
10.4
2.3
12.2
0.7
0
6.6
4.0
1.5
9.5
10.5
0.9
3.5
0.7
5.2
7.7
8.7
3.3
0
10.2
7.8
5.1
0
4.1
1.3.0
1.0.0
10.2
10.9
1.6.0
4.8
0
17.6
9.7
2.0
5.2
0.2
6.6
0
6.3
12.8
0
0
1.2
10.8
4.1
0
25
0
3
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
42
3
0
0
4
0
3
0
1
3
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.5
0
0.3
0
0
0.5
0
0
0
0
0
1.8
0
0.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.1
0
0
0.1
1.7
0.2
0
0
0.1
0
0.1
0
0.0
0.1
0
0
0.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0.1
0.1
0
0
0
0
0
CBMS Poverty Maps: Legazpi City
Map 16. CBMS Composite Indicator, by Barangay, 2009-2011
B o t t o m 1 3 B a r a n g a ys
B ar a n g a y
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
A v er a g e
2.7
2.7
2.6
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
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Table 6. CBMS Composite Indicator, by Barangay, Legazpi City, 2009-2011
Barangay
C B M S Co m p o si te I n di c a to r
Brgy. 1 - Em’s Barrio
Brgy. 2 - Em’s Barrio South
Brgy. 3 - Em’s Barrio East
Brgy. 4 - Sagpon
Brgy. 5 - Sagmin
Brgy. 6 - Bañadero
Brgy. 7 - Baño
Brgy. 8 - Bagumbayan
Brgy. 9 - Pinaric
Brgy. 10 - Cabugao
Brgy. 11 - Maoyod
Brgy. 12 - Tula-tula
Brgy. 13 - Ilawod West
Brgy. 14 - Ilawod
Brgy. 15 - Ilawod East
Brgy. 16 - Kawit-East Washington Drive
Brgy. 17 - Rizal Sreet Ilawod
Brgy. 18 - Cabagñan West
Brgy. 19 - Cabagñan
Brgy. 20 - Cabagñan East
Brgy. 21 - Binanuahan West
Brgy. 22 - Binanuahan East
Brgy. 23 - Imperial Cour t Subd.
Brgy. 24 - Rizal Street
Brgy. 25 - Lapu-lapu
Brgy. 26 - Dinagaan
Brgy. 27 - Victor y Village South
Brgy. 28 - Victor y Village Nor th
Brgy. 29 - Sabang
Brgy. 30 - Pigcale
Brgy. 31 - Centro-Baybay
Brgy. 32 - San Roque
Brgy. 33 - PNR-Peñaranda St.-Iraya
Brgy. 34 - Oro Site-Magallanes St.
Brgy. 35 - Tinago
Brgy. 36 - Kapantawan
Brgy. 37 - Bitano
Brgy. 38 - Gogon
Brgy. 39 - Bonot
Brgy. 40 - Cruzada
Brgy. 41 - Bogtong
Brgy. 42 - Rawis
Brgy. 43 - Tamaoyan
Brgy. 44 - Pawa
Brgy. 45 - Dita
Brgy. 46 - San Joaquin
Brgy. 47 - Arimbay
Brgy. 48 - Bagong Abre
Brgy. 49 - Bigaa
Brgy. 50 - Padang
Brgy. 51 - Buyuan
Brgy. 52 - Matanag
Brgy. 53 - Bonga
Brgy. 54 - Mabinit
Brgy. 55 - Estanza
Brgy. 56 - Taysan
Brgy. 57 - Dap-dap
Brgy. 58 - Buragwis
Brgy. 59 - Puro
Brgy. 60 - Lamba
Brgy. 61 - Maslog
Brgy. 62 - Homapon
Brgy. 63 - Mariawa
Brgy. 64 - Bagacay
Brgy. 65 - Imalnod
Brgy. 66 - Banquerohan
Brgy. 67 - Bariis
Brgy. 68 - San Francisco
Brgy. 69 - Buenavista
Brgy. 70 - Cagbacong
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0.3
0.9
0.5
0.2
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.9
0.6
1.1
0.8
0.3
0.3
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.5
0.8
0.9
0.5
2.3
1.2
0.9
0.8
0.8
2.1
2.2
2.0
2.3
1.2
1.4
1.5
1.7
0.9
1.1
1.2
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.8
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.7
1.4
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.9
2.1
2.4
2.1
2.7
1.3
1.2
1.6
1.0
1.4
1.8
1.5
2.7
1.5
2.3
1.9
1.8
2.1
2.2
1.7
2.6
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