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Hon. EDGARDO A. TALLADO Governor Presented by: Fishery
2/11/2011
Map of Camarines Norte
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Lamon
Bay
Quezon
● 232,007 hectares
or 2,320.07 square
kilometers
Presented by:
● 13% of the total
Bicol area
Hon. EDGARDO A. TALLADO
Governor
● 0.77% of the total
Philippine area
7th Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
Philippine National Conference
Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Manila, Philippines
February 7-9, 2011
● generally rugged composed
of
rolling
hills
and
mountainous terrain, with
only a small coastal plain.
Type II climate
> 375 Day Care Centers
Camarines Norte has 12 hospitals,
three (3) government-run and nine
(9) privately owned with a combined
bed capacity of 443.
485,553
Male: 51.1%
Female: 48.9%
(CBMS, 2006)
San Miguel
Bay
Cams. Sur
● 100,782 mostly situated
in rural areas
Average household size: 5
Public Elementary School System has:
> 14 districts
> 252 schools
> 2,172 instructional rooms
> seventeen (17) elementary school
privately owned
Hospital bed ratio:
1 1 203 (CY 2010)
1:1,203
Classroom-pupil ratio: 1:39
Teacher-pupil ratio: 1:38
Medical services are brought to the
rural areas by:
√ 17 rural health
units
● 201,429 or 41.5%
of the total population
Public secondary schools: 51
> 516 classrooms
> 20 private secondary schools
√ 125 barangay
health stations
● Most of the children
(73%) live in the rural
areas.
Tertiary schools/colleges: 10
> eight (8) offering complete degree
courses
with 1, 359 public health workers.
Kalayaan Park
Mananap falls
Handicrafted Jewelry
Coconuts
Corn
Rootcrops &
Vegetables
Pineapples
Fishery
Rootcrops & Vegetables
Agriculture
Metallic Minerals
Provincial Capitol
man-made
`
Calaguas Group of Islands
First Rizal Monument
gold, silver, iron, zinc, copper, etc.
► estimated reserves:
125.27 million metric tons
Non-Metallic Minerals
Livestock & Poultry
Colasi falls
l db d
land-based
silica sand, marblelized limestone,
diatomites, refractory clay, sulphur
► estimated reserves:
274.93 million metric tons
Mercedes Fishing Village
Bagasbas beach
Vinzons Shrine
“Queen” Pineapple
Plantation
Laniton LandMark
coastal-based
cultural-historical
socio-economic
destinations
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PREVALENCE OF UNDERWEIGHT CHILDREN
UNDER-FIVE YEARS OF AGE,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
PREVALENCE RATE OF UNDERWEIGHT CHILDREN
< 5 YEARS OLD
0 - < 10
Population
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Presented by:
Hon. EDGARDO A. TALLADO
Governor
7th Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
Philippine National Conference
Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Manila, Philippines
February 7-9, 2011
LITERACY RATE OF POPULATION
15-24 YEARS OLD, BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Magnitude
88,194
6,291
5,107
16,034
8,134
15,600
7,214
7,758
2,364
1,534
6,921
4,139
7,098
90 - < 98
Proportion
98 -
98.3
98.7
98.2
99.3
95.2
98.6
98.1
98.3
98.8
99.4
97.9
99.2
98.5
CAPALONGA
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
LABO
TALISAY
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
Literacy rate among the population aged
15-24 years old was high at about 98.3
percent, and only 1.7 percent lower than the
2015 target of 100%. Females had slightly
higher literacy rate of 98.5% compared to
males with 98.1%.
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN
SECONDARY EDUCATION,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
JOSE
PANGANIBAN PARACALE
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION
1:2
9.6
12.4
8.9
12.6
12.9
15.0
13.9
9.6
27.1
11.5
13.7
12.2
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
D t
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Girls’ advantage over boys
slightly widened with the ratio
of 1:1 in the secondary level.
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
BASUD
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
Proportion of Underweight
Children, 0 to 5 years old
– 12.20%
2015 MDG National Target
– 17.25%
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
1:0.9
1:1
1:0.9
1:1
11
1:0.9
1:0.9
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:0.9
1:1
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
CAPALONGA
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN TERTIARY EDUCATION
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN
TERTIARY EDUCATION,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
> 1:6
1:6 – >1 :4
1:4 – >1: 2
1:1
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PARACALE
PANGANIBAN
Ratio
Ratio of girls to boys in the
elementary school level was
1:0.9 somewhat close to the
desired ratio of 1:1 by 2015.
Municipality
Ratio
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:2
1:1
1:2
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:2
CAPALONGA
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
1:1
Municipality
25 & above
12.2
Proportion of underweight children
0 to less than 5 years old was 12.2%
which is below the 2015 national
target of 17.25%.
Municipality
100
12.2 - < 25
Proportion
7,492
375
522
954
735
1,327
830
817
137
273
552
362
608
RATIO OF GIRLS TO BOYS IN
PRIMARY EDUCATION,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
LITERACY RATE
0 - < 45
45 - < 90
Population
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
10.0 - < 12.2
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Ratio
1:2 – 1:1
1:2
1:5
1:2
1:2
1:1
1:3
1:2
1:2
1:4
1:2
1:4
1:3
1:2
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PARACALE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
TALISAY
SANTA ELENA
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
Ratio of girls to boys in the tertiary level
was 1:2.
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
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PROPORTION OF SEATS HELD BY WOMEN,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2007
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Number
of Seats
4,552
463
349
396
441
809
426
442
199
152
308
240
314
PROPORTION OF SEATS HELD BY WOMEN IN
MUNICIPALITY AND PROVINCE
Number of
Women Elected
Total
Percentage
1,828
186
121
164
164
362
165
174
93
64
113
110
107
40.2
40.2
34.7
41.4
37.2
44.7
38.7
39.4
46.7
42.1
36.7
45.8
34.1
0
– < 35.0
35.0
– < 40.2
40.2
– < 43.0
0
43.0 & above
CAPALONGA
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
VINZONS
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
3.1
2.6
1.4
17.1
4.1
3.6
3.5
0.9
2.7
3.0
1.5
4.0
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
Proportions of individuals living as
informal settlers were low at 4.2
percent.
PROPORTION OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH
CELLPHONES, BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
J
Jose
P
Panganiban
ib
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
34,847
2,462
1,071
9,499
3 310
3,310
5,509
2,269
2,797
799
843
2,393
1,750
2,145
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
No death rates due to malaria.
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WHO ARE
LIVING IN MAKESHIFT HOUSING,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Population
Municipality
4.2 – 75.0
75.0 & above
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
PROPORTION OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH CELLPHONES
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
37.6
18.2
51.1
35 5
35.5
32.0
26.1
29.9
31.4
43.8
30.5
37.0
26.6
Proportion of households with cellular
phone was about 34.6 percent and has
been expected to increase because of
the presence of 55 cellular sites in the
province, as of 2010.
40.0 & above
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PARACALE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
Proportion
4.5
5 & above
21,789
907
1,184
4,161
2,713
3,523
1,959
2,136
669
320
1,598
1,104
1,515
2.8
4.0
4.8
6.0
4.2
4.7
4.8
5.4
3.7
4.1
4.9
3.9
PROPORTION OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH
COMPUTERS, BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Municipality
34.6 – < 40.0
34.6
0 – 2.9
4.5 – 4.9
CAPALONGA
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
3,993
142
112
1,810
367
475
176
150
42
68
157
247
247
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
PROPORTION OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH COMPUTERS
0 – < 2.0
Households
20.6 – < 34.6
Proportion
Magnitude
PROPORTION OF POPULATION
WHO ARE LIVING IN MAKESHIFT HOUSING
3.0 – 4.4
Proportions of individuals living in
makeshift housing were low at
4.5 percent.
0 – < 20.6
Households
BASUD
BASUD
MERCEDES
CAPALONGA
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
2.8 – 4.1
4.2
TALISAY
LABO
PROPORTION OF POPULATION
WHO ARE INFORMAL SETTLERS
Proportion
20,605
992
764
1,265
7,740
3,402
1,504
1,555
111
235
1,160
335
1,542
PARACALE
SANTA ELENA
VINZONS
0 – 2.7
Population
JJOSE
PANGANIBAN
CAPALONGA
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
SANTA ELENA
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WHO
ARE INFORMAL SETTLERS,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Municipality
– < 2.8
2.8 – < 4.2
Source: Department of the Interior and Local Government
About forty percent (40.2%) of women held
elective seats in the province such as:
provincial and municipal officials, Barangay
Council as well as Sangguniang Kabataan.
DEATH RATES ASSOCIATED WITH MALARIA
2.0 – < 4.2
Proportion
4.2 – < 6.2
4.2
2.2
1.9
9.7
3.9
39
2.8
2.0
1.6
1.7
3.5
2.0
5.2
3.1
Percentage
of
households
with
computers was low at 4.2 percent. There
is high probability that this will increase
due to the presence of five internet
providers in the province, as of 2010.
6.2 & above
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
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EMPLOYMENT RATE
EMPLOYMENT RATE,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Population
Municipality
88.8 – < 90.0
Magnitude
Proportion
146,985
10,438
8,326
,
27,495
12,575
26,007
11,895
12,445
4,039
2,491
11,982
7,226
12,066
88.8
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
89.7
88.7
87.8
88.6
90.2
86.6
88.0
90.5
86.2
91.3
86.9
89.7
Municipality
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
TALISAY
SANTA ELENA
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
BASUD
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
Employment rate was 88.8 percent, which means that about 11.2 percent of those who
were in the labor force were not employed and might have contributed to the high
poverty incidence, in addition to those who were unemployed but are perceived to have
low income.
PROPORTION OF INFANTS WHO DIED
PROPORTION OF INFANTS WHO DIED,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
0 – < 0.3
0.3 – < 0.7
0.7 – < 0.8
Population
90.0 – 100
CAPALONGA
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN (0 TO <5 YRS) WHO DIED
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN AGED 0 TO
LESS THAN 5 YEARS OLD WHO DIED,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
0 – < 87.0
87.0 – < 88.8
Magnitude
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
0.8 & above
Proportion
402
15
26
49
43
68
48
55
8
2
38
10
39
0.7
CAPALONGA
0.4
0.6
0.5
0.7
0.7
0.9
0.9
0.6
0.2
0.8
0.4
0.8
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
TALISAY
SANTA ELENA
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
Number of deaths among children aged 0 to less than 5 years old was 402 out of 61,256, or
equivalent to 0.7 percent. The municipalities of Santa Elena, Paracale, Vinzons and
Mercedes have a proportion of 0.8-0.9 while the municipality of Labo registered a high
number of mortality at 68.
PROPORTION OF 1-YEAR OLD CHILDREN IMMUNIZED AGAINST MEASLES,
BY MUNICIPALITY, CN, 2008
0 – < 1.2
1.2 – < 2.2
Population
Municipality
Magnitude
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
2.2 – < 2.8
Proportion
256
7
10
32
25
48
27
34
7
2
27
6
25
Municipality
2.8 & above
2.2
0.9
1.4
1.6
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.9
2.8
1.0
2.9
1.3
2.6
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
TALISAY
SANTA ELENA
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
The number of infant deaths in the province were around 256 out of the total 11,303 infants
or 2.2 percent. The municipality of Labo has the most number with 48 while the
municipalities of Santa Elena, Paracale, San Lorenzo Ruiz registered the highest proportion
of 2.6 to 2.9%
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
2008
Target 2015
75.6
100.0
71.6
86.8
86
8
70.0
88.7
88.4
79.9
72.8
56.6
62.7
80.0
39.3
70.5
Source: Provincial Health Office
PROPORTION OF COUPLES USING
CONDOM AMONG THOSE WHO ARE
PRACTICING CONTRACEPTION,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
CASES OF HIV POSITIVE, BY SEX,
JANUARY 1992-DECEMBER 2007
Province
Male
Female
Total
CAMARINES NORTE
2
2
4
g
Source: CHD,, Region
V
From the four detected cases of HIV/AIDS positive from
January 1992 to December 2007, two were reported dead
while the other two were under treatment and receiving
antiretroviral drugs in Manila.
Meanwhile, there was low measles
immunization coverage in the province, at
about
b t 75.6
75 6 percent.
t The
Th municipality
i i lit off
Talisay has the lowest coverage of 39.3%
only followed by San Lorenzo Ruiz by
56.6% and San Vicente with 62.7%. While
the municipalities of Jose Panganiban and
Labo got the highest coverage by 88.7%
and 88.4%, respectively.
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
TOTAL
Percent
2.7
1.9
2.4
5.0
3.4
1.8
1.2
2.2
1.3
3.9
2.2
3.3
1.9
PROPORTION OF COUPLES USING CONDOM
0 – < 1.5
1.5 – < 2.7
2.7 – < 4.0
4.0 & above
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PARACALE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
Condom usage rate was also low, with only 2.7 percent among couples practicing
contraception. This is due to the influence of the religious sector on the resistance to the use
of modern family planning methods.
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DEATH RATES ASSOCIATED WITH
TUBERCULOSIS,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
Municipality
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
p
g
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
PREVAL. AND DEATH RATES - TUBERCULOSIS
0 – < 25.0
25.0 – < 38.3
Population
Rate/100,000
Magnitude
Population
186
38.3
8
24.7
7
23.6
34
38.8
12
26.5
48
57.7
14
33.3
15
33.7
2
16.2
3
34.6
20
51.6
5
22.3
18
46.1
Municipality
50.0 & above
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
BASUD
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
0 – < 0.25
TOTAL
0.40 –
0.3
Municipality
0.50
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN AGED 13-16 YEARS OLD
ENROLLED IN HIGH SCHOOL,
BY MUNICIPALITY 2006
Population
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
28,630
1,951
1,663
5,618
2,451
4,690
2,279
2,792
601
652
2,167
1,398
2,368
88.0 – 100
78.5
CAPALONGA
84.9
61.3
93.5
73.6
84.6
63.8
66.7
85.1
94.2
70.6
94.2
66.2
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN IN HIGH SCHOOL
0 – < 50.0
59.6
60.7
55.2
71.1
52.3
55.8
55.4
58.5
49.5
71.3
56.2
68.7
60.4
82.0 – 100
79.5
82.0
81.3
82.2
82 2
75.8
78.2
77.2
79.5
75.3
79.4
79.6
83.3
79.7
PROPORTION OF PUPILS STARTING GRADE 1
WHO REACH THE LAST PRIMARY GRADE IN
PUBLIC ELEM. SCHOOL, BY MUNICIPALITY
CAPALONGA
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
TOTAL
69.0 – 100
MERCEDES
COMPLETION RATE IN PUBLIC
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS,
BY MUNICIPALITY
SY 2008-2009
National Target
Municipality
TOTAL
100
PARACALE
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
There was also a very low participation rate in secondary education, at
59.6 percent. Apparently, these figures are way below the 100 percent target
by 2015.
BASUD
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
SY 2008-2009
Municipality
59.6 – < 69.0
CAPALONGA
0 – < 76.0
79.5 – < 82.0
Proportion
73,282
4,911
5,107
12,517
12 517
6,668
12,356
6,313
7,234
1,745
1,307
6,203
3,234
5,687
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN ENROLLED IN
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Children who experienced early childhood care and development was low, with only 20.0 percent
in 2007. Only 79.5 percent of children aged 6-12 years old were in elementary school. This means
that 20.5 percent were out of school but some of them may not be in elementary yet but in
pre-school.
50.0 – < 59.6
Proportion
Magnitude
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
D
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
percent,
76.0 – < 79.5
Population
0.30 – < 0.40
Sixty-six percent (66%) of the population were poor. This must be lowered by 43.2
percent in order to attain the 2015 national target of 22.7 percent. However, with a
poverty gap of 0.3, this means that the population has lesser mean shortfall to become
non-poor.
Municipality
79, 058
5,565
3,594
17,398
6,861
14,558
5,542
6,237
2,164
1,816
5,533
4,450
5,340
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN AGED 6-12 YEARS OLD
ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
POVERTY GAP RATIO
0.25 – < 0.30
0.2
0.4
0.2
0.4
04
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.3
78.3 – < 88.0
Proportion
Proportion of population with access to sanitary toilet was 78.5
only 5.5 percentage points lower than the 2015 national target of 83.8 percent.
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
POVERTY GAP RATIO ON HOUSEHOLDS,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
b
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
p
g
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Magnitude
MERCEDES
Tuberculosis was still one of the ten leading
causes of deaths, with a ratio of 38.3 per
100,000 population in 2008.
Municipality
67.0 – < 78.3
Households
38.3 – < 50.0
CAPALONGA
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WITH ACCESS TO SANITARY
TOILET FACILITIES
0 – < 67.0
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WITH
ACCESS TO SANITARY TOILET FACILITY,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
88.9
87.4
83.3
93.1
84.8
86.0
97.5
88.3
88.3
97.5
89.8
86.5
90.8
Source: Dep’t of Education – Division of Camarines Norte
National Target
100
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
79.4
77.1
64.9
84.3
82.7
73.0
97.9
78.0
66.7
93.9
79.6
76.5
82.8
Source: Dep’t of Education – Division of Camarines Norte
In school year 2008-2009, the cohort survival rate and completion rate in public elementary school
were 88.9 percent and 79.4 percent, respectively, which are also far from the 100 percent target by
2015.
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PROPORTION OF WOMEN DEATHS DUE
TO PREGNANCY-RELATED CAUSES,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
%WOMEN DEATHS DUE TO PREGNANCY-RELATED CAUSES
0 – < 0.20
CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE RATE
CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE RATE,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
0 – < 25.0
0.20 – < 0.30
Municipality
Magnitude
Proportion
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
31
0.3
5
0
0
5
4
3
5
1
0
8
0
0
0.6
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.0
0.9
0.0
0.0
25.0 – < 29.9
0.30 – < 0.60
Municipality
TOTAL
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
29.9
29.9 – < 32.0
0.60 & above
VINZONS
TALISAY
LABO
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
59.4
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
PROPORTION OF LIVEBIRTHS ATTENDED
BY SKILLED PERSONNEL,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2008
2008
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
SANTA ELENA
Thirty-one (31) were reported to have
died due to pregnancy-related causes
in 2006, although the proportion was
only 0.3%.
Municipality
PARACALE
CAPALONGA
CA A ONGA
MERCEDES
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
rate
MERCEDES
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WITH
ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2006
2008
Municipality
57.5
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
54.6
75.9
62.1
62 1
80.9
63.4
45.7
49.1
51.4
43.2
54.4
28.3
50.0
Source: Field Health Services Information System
(FHSIS), PHO
In 2008, births attended by skilled
health personnel was low at 59.4
percent.
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
ANTENATAL CARE COVERAGE,
BY MUNICIPALITY, 2008
CAMARINES NORTE
Basud
Capalonga
Daet
Jose Panganiban
Labo
Mercedes
Paracale
San Lorenzo Ruiz
San Vicente
Sta. Elena
Talisay
Vinzons
Source: Field Health Services Information System
(FHSIS), PHO
Contraceptive prevalence
was low at 29.9 percent.
CAPALONGA
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
Municipality
54.3
48.8
83.3
83 3
49.9
60.5
60.5
34.6
33.5
57.3
66.3
58.3
63.1
BASUD
32.0 & above
25.9
24.7
32.3
26.8
32.2
34.3
28.7
30.0
30.4
27.2
26.8
31.1
Antenatal coverage was likewise
low at 57.5 percent.
0 – < 36.0
Population
Magnitude
323,508
17,675
8,768
83,831
83 831
25,057
56,999
26,208
20,627
10,023
7,856
23,443
19,900
23,121
36.0 – < 66.6
66.6 – < 86.0
Proportion
86.0 – 100
66.6
54.7
29.6
95.7
95 7
55.3
68.6
62.3
46.3
81.4
90.7
60.5
88.9
59.3
Proportion of population with access to
safe drinking water was only
66.6 percent.
A.
PROPORTION OF POPULATION WITH ACCESS
TO SAFE DRINKING WATER
CAPALONGA
JOSE
PANGANIBAN
PARACALE
VINZONS
SANTA ELENA
TALISAY
LABO
DAET (Capital)
SAN VICENTE
SAN LORENZO RUIZ (Imelda)
BASUD
MERCEDES
Source: CBMS 2006 Survey
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
DepEd EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES:
√ Education for ALL (EFA)
√ Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA)
Presented by:
Hon. EDGARDO A. TALLADO
Governor
√ Institutionalization of School Improvement Plan through
School- Based Management
7th Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
Philippine National Conference
Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Manila, Philippines
February 7-9, 2011
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A.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
A.
Programs and projects:
a) Institutionalization of Early Childhood Care and Development
(ECCD) Act
b) Elementary Level
• Multi-Grade Program is being implemented in 14 districts
• 284 Pre-school classes were already organized in the 14
districts of the DepEd with 190 teachers having specialized
training on pre-school
pre school management.
• Every Child a Reader Program
• Philippine Informal Reading Program (Phil-IRI)
(Phil IRI)
• 99% of the barangays have day care centers with a total of
375 centers and 374 day care workers
• Adoption of 2 pilot Enhance Instructional Management
by Parents, Community and Teachers (e-IMPACT) schools.
• 8 out of 12 municipalities have supervised neighborhood play
(SNP)
• 1 district initializing e-IMPACT and Strategic Instructional
Materials (SIMs)
• 41 private pre-schools
• Conduct of School Readiness Assessment
• Grade 1 entrants and pre-schoolers are given supplemental
feeding.
A.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
A.
• 70 % of teachers in Child-Friendly elementary schools
and 2 Child-Friendly secondary schools are able to adopt
Child-Friendly School System practices and tools.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
c) Secondary Level
• Government Assistance to Secondary Private Education
(GATSPE) Program
• Conduct of Yearly Search for outstanding Child-Friendly
School (CFS) with funding support from the provincial
governmentt as a measure off child
hild ffriendliness.
i dli
• Teaching Utilization of Personal Safety Lesson
• Project GREAT (Governance
Assessment Task Force)
• School heads able to support Child-Friendly School
System/Alternative Delivery Mode (CFSS/ADM) practices.
of
Relevant
Education
• Teaching Utilization of Indigenous Materials
• Administration and Multigrade teachers trained on CFSS.
• Provision of school bags and hygiene supplies to indigenous
people’s (IP) children in partnership with UNICEF.
• Schools linked toward “model child-friendliness”.
• Special Education Program for Children with Special
Needs (SPED) are also being implemented.
A.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
d) Reduction of drop-out and repetition rates in Camarines
Norte Division is being carried out through the
implementation of the following:
• Child-Friendly School System (CFSS) introduced by UNICEF,
through the Child-Friendly Movement.
• IImplementation
l
t ti
off St
Student
d t T
Tracking
ki
System (STS) using self-assessment check
list.
A.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
• Project “Bright Mind” - a reading program for English and
Filipino subjects.
• Revitalization of school activities relative to Student Supreme
Governance (SSG) operationalization in secondary schools.
• Kapit-Bisig Feeding Program given to
malnourished children
• PRIME-GOLD (Production and Utilization of Relevant
Materials for the Enhancement and Galvanizing of Learning
Direction)
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A.
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
A.
e) Alternative Learning System (ALS)
• Basic
Literacy
Program
– provision of alternative pathways
for out-of-school youth, adults and
IPs who are basically literate but not
have completed 10 years Basic
Ed
Education.
ti
• Arabic Values and Islamic Values Education (ALIVE)
f) and Implementation of the Provincial Government
Scholarship Program and the Educational Program for
Out-of-School-Youth.
• The Camarines Norte Division received an award as the
“Most Supportive Division in ALS Programs & Projects” at
the Regional Level for CY 2009-2010 and
• The municipality of Jose Panganiban received an award
as an “Outstanding Local Government Unit: Class A
Municipality” in the 2010 National Level Literacy
Award.
B.
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
g) Other
institutions/organizations
such
as
the
World Vision Development Foundation and Educational
Research and Development Assistance (ERDA), extended
educational assistance to child laborers and their siblings in
forms of school supplies and uniforms.
B.
a) ECCD (Early Childhood Care and Development)
• Balik Paaralan for out-of-school youth
• Promotion of home-based
home based ECCD
(Supervised Neighborhood Play)
in areas where a facility for day
care center is not accessible and
available.
• Basic Literacy Program
• Female Functional Literacy Classes
• Project REACH
(Reaching all Children) – a strategy of reaching the notin-school children aged 6-11 and 11-15 years old and making
them learn anytime, anywhere.
• Acceleration of the implementation
of Parents Effectiveness Service (PES)
Sessions at the community level.
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
POLICIES
1. Revised Provincial Children’s Rights and Welfare Code
formulated as one of the Four Gifts for Children in consonance
with the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
approved on February 2, 2001 and revised and adopted by the
S
Sangguniang
i
P l l i
Panlalawigan
on December
De e be 14,
14 2010 under
de SP
Resolution No 451, Provincial Ordinance No. 71.
2. Provincial Ordinance No. 33-07 which aims to develop skills
and competencies of the deserving out-of-school youth in the
province through provision of technical or vocational training
program.
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
b) Intensify/Accelerate implementation of the Alternative
Learning System (ALS) of the DepEd in partnership with Local
Government Units and non-government organizations
(NGOs) to include the following:
• Strengthening of the ECCD program of DepEd and at LGU
level since ECCD makes it possible for pupils to perform
better once they enter formal schooling.
C)
CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
C)
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
1. Provincial Government Scholarship Program
10 0 M
Budget Allocation: P 10.0
2. Educational Program for Out-of-School Youth
Budget Allocation: P 1.5 M
3. Provincial Ordinance No. 20-2006, an ordinance establishing
Guidelines for the Scholarship Program of the Province of
Camarines Norte.
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C)
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
C)
5. Augmentation support and appropriate legislative measures
to ensure stability and expansion of Early Childhood Care and
Development Program.
3. Financial Assistance to indigent differently-abled children
enrolled in pre-school, elementary and college.
Budget Allocation: P 186,000.00
530 000 00
Budget Allocation: P 530,000.00
4. Search for Child-Friendly Barangay
(This encourages barangay and school officials to improve
their performance on education indicators)
6. Information, Education Campaign through conduct of Child
Congress, Celebration of International Day Against Child
Trafficking, etc.
Budget Allocation: P 300,000.00
C)
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
7. Support to Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) through
the Provision of Skills Training to selected beneficiary and
Monitoring Activities.
Budget Allocation: P 125,000.00
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
Budget Allocation: P 180,000.00
C)
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN
PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR ALL
8. Programs and Projects of the Provincial School Board Funded
under Special Education Fund to include:
√
Assistance to Volunteer Teachers
√
√
Repair and maintenance of school buildings
Purchase of Books and ALS Instructional Materials
and support to
√
Athletic Meet and Scouting Activities
Budget Allocation: P 14 M
BEST PRACTICES
CBMS results in the province were used on the following:
1. Input to the preparation of the Provincial Development and
Physical Framework Plan;
2. Used in the preparation of barangay profile and assessment
of the Situation of Women and Children in the 19 disparity
barangays under the Country Programme for Children
(CPC). Output of which is a 3-year Barangay Development
Plan containing programs and projects which are MDG
related.
BEST PRACTICES
3. Basis on the selection of areas for Day Care Center
construction and for the Provision of Water and Sanitation
Facilities to barangays;
4. Used in the generation of lists of households in the
37 barangays in the province identified for enumeration of
the Multi-Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) funded by
UNICEF;
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BEST PRACTICES
BEST PRACTICES
5. Basis of the selection of beneficiaries of the Focus - Food
Production Assistance for Vulnerable Sectors (FPVAS)
funded by the European Commission (EC) with counterpart
fund from the Seameo Regional Center for Graduate Study
and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) and the provincial
government. The project aims to reduce poverty, improve
well being of the farmers and ensure access to safe food,
particularly the vulnerable sectors;
6. Used as basis for the selection of waterless municipalities
submitted to DILG Central Office. Two municipalities
(Basud and Capalonga) are now recipient of the
MDGF 1919 program.
7. Preparation of project proposals that were submitted for
funding. Most of these are MDG related such as the
provision of facilities on water and sanitation which were
positively responded with a total amount of P 2.20 M.
8. Basis for selection of locally funded projects such as
WATSAN, nutrition and other social infrastructure.
7th Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
Philippine National Conference
Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Manila, Philippines
February 7-9, 2011
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