Local Shelter Plan – Chapter 2 / Population, Households

Chapter 2 / Hazard Map

Table – 3 Household Population by Urban and Rural Barangay and Average Household Size    Year  2010

Barangay Population

2010

Number of Household Average Household Size
A.Urban Barangay    
1.Poblacion 6,764 2,300 2.94
Sub-total 6,764 2,300 .94
B. Urbanizing  
2.San Antonio 3,241 639 5.07
Sub-total 3,241 639 5.07
C. Rural Barangay  
1.Achasol 1,859 546 3.40
2.Azusano 944 225 4.20
3.Bangco 1,551 311 4.99
4.Camanga 1,041 255 4.08
5.Culasian 1,186 278 4.27
6.Dalangin 2,577 554 4.65
7.Dalangin Muslim 560 103 5.44
8.Dalisay 1,498 338 4.43
9.Gomotoc 881 174 5.06
10.Imelda 1,094 176 6.22
11.Kipit 1,678 291 5.77
12

.kitabog

3,664 620 5.91
13.La Libertad 591 147 4.02
14. Longilog 852 224 3.80
15.Mabini 1,197 233 5.14
16. Malagandis 1,315 267 4.93
17. Mate 925 203 4.56
18. Moalboal 547 111 4.93
19. Namnama 2,077 602 3.45
20. New  Canaan 660 193 3.42
21. Palomoc 2,750 546 5.04
22. Pob. Muslim 759 199 3.81
23. Pulidan 1,219 250 4.88
24. San Isidro 1,104 543 2.03
25. Santa Fe 1,474 356 4.14
26. Supit 919 154 5.97
27. Tugop 1,020 238 4.29
28. Tugop Muslim 509 128 3.98
Sub-total 36,451 8,265 4.41
Total 46,456 11,204 4.15

 

Source: 2010 Census of Population and Housing. For the no. of HH- 2009 NHTS ( 4Ps)

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure -2 2010 Most Populated Barangays

 

Figure 1. Tempo of Urbanization

TABLE 3:   Urbanization Levels for the past 20 years

 Year Barangay Population Tempo of Urbanization (%)
Urban Rural Total
1990 5,367 26,627 31,994 16.77
2000 6,746 36,958 43,704 15.44
2005 6,988 40,225 46,674 14.97
2007 9,839 33,884 43,723 22.50
2010 6,764 36,451 46,456 14.56
Barangays Area

(Has)

HH Popula

tion

Pop. Density

( has)

Area in sq.km. Pop. Density

( sq.km)

A. Urban Barangay
1.Poblacion 1,388 6,764 4.87 13.88 487
Sub-total 1,388 6,764 4.87 13.88 487
B. Urbanizing
1. San Antonio 1,998 3,241 1.62 19.98 162
Sub-total 1,998 3,241 1.62 19.98 162
C. Rural Barangay
1.Achasol 1,238 1,859 1.50 12.38 150
2.Azusano 495 944 1.91 4.95 191
3.Bangco 1,312 1,551 1.18 13.12 118
4.Camanga 1,842 1,041 .57 18.42 57
5.Culasian 3,579 1,186 .33 35.79 33
6.Dalangin 1,020 2,577 2.53 10.20 253
7.Dalangin Muslim 244 560 2.29 2.44 229
8.Dalisay 4,198 1,498 .36 41.98 36
9.Gomotoc 2,312 881 .38 23.12 38
10.Imelda 1,789 1,094 .61 17.89 61
11.Kipit 7,361 1,678 .23 73.61 23
12.Kitabog 1,089 3,664 3.36 10.89 336
13.La Libertad 1,458 591 .41 14.58 41
14.Longilog 3,035 852 .28 30.35 28
15.Mabini 1,659 1,197 .72 16.59 72
16.Mate 1,631 1,315 .82 16.31 82
17. Malagandis 1,028 925 .90 10.28 90
18. Moalboal 860 547 .64 8.60 64
19. Namnama 2,075 2,077 1.00 20.75 100
20. New Canaan 3,037 660 .22 30.37 22
21. Palomoc 2,035 2,750 1.35 20.35 135
22. Poblacion Muslim 720 759 1.05 7.20 105
23. Pulidan 4,423 1,219 .28 44.23 28
24. San Isidro 1,049 1,104 1.05 10.49 105
25. Santa Fe 4,343 1,474 .34 43.43 34
26. Supit 2,446 919 .38 24.46 38
27. Tugop 868 1,020 1.17 8.68 117
28. Tugop Muslim 468 509 1.08 4.68 108
Sub-total 57,614 36,451 .63 576.14 63
Total 61,000 46,456 .76 610.00 76

Population Density, Gross Density and Built-Up Density CY 2010

Source: NSO 2010, computed base on the data & formula using CLUP Guidebook Volume 2

The most densely populated Barangay is Poblacion with 487 persons per square kilometre to its geographical location with 1,388 sq. kms. Next is Kitabog with 336 persons per square kilometres. Followed by Barangay Dalangin and Dalangin Muslim with 253 and 229 persons per squares kilometre respectively. Barangay New Canaan remains the most sparely populated with only 22 persons per square kilometres due to unstable peace and order in the area. There should be an adequacy of evaluation in terms of social, economic and environmental potentials for development.

 Densely Barangays

Figure -4

Figure 5 Growth Rate ( 1975 – 2010)

TABLE 6:   Historical Growth of Population

Year Population Increase or Decrease

Growth Rate for the Locality

1970 19,008
1975 20,005 997 1.03
1980 24,983 4,978 4.54
1990 31,994 7,011 2.50
1995 36,206 4,212 3.32
2000 42,692 6,486 1.33
2007 43,723 1,031 .79
2010 46,456 2,733 1.53

Source: Approved CLUP (1994-2004) , NSO 2007, 2010

 

The population trend of Titay shows a continued increase from the year 1970 to 2010. From 1975 to 1980, it shows the highest growth rate due to unstable peace and order of the nearby municipalities. Table 5 and figure 4 shows the historical trend of population.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table -6 Crude Birth Rate (CBR) and Crude Death Rate (CDR) for the Last Five Years

Period NO. CBR % Increase/Decrease from Previous Year NO. CDR % Increase/Decrease from Previous Year
2006 1,526 35.68 132 3.09
2007 1,372 31.38 (4.30) 244 5.58 2.49
2008 1,212 27.12 (4.26) 255 5.70 .12
2009 2,042 44.72 17.60 246 5.38 (.32)
2010 1,482 31.76 (12.96) 122 2.61 (2.77)

Source: LCR, MHO, LGU,Titay, Z.S.(average)

Figure 2. CBR & CDR for the last 5 years

 

 

 

Crude Birth Rate (CBR) of the municipality is placing an annual average rate of 34 births per 1,000 populations.  Year 2009 marks the highest CBR at 44.72 births per 1,000 populations. The fluctuating trend in the crude birth rate somehow implies the municipality’s conscious effort of the population management program and the various social safety nets. Looking at the crude death rate (CDR) or the total deaths from all ages indicate a constant growth over the last 4 years and it dropped down in 2010 by 2.77 deaths per 1,000 populations.

TABLE 7:   Literacy Rate of Population 5 years old and Over, by Sex  CY 2010

  Male Female Both Sexes
No. % No. % No. %
Population 7 years old over 21,402 46.07 19,756 42.53 41,158 60.89
Literate
Literacy Rate (%) 20,370 95.18% 18,804 95.18% 39,174 95.18%
Illiterate 1,032 2.41% 952 2.41% 1,984 4.82%
Total 21,402 100% 19,756 100% 41,158 100%

                Source: NEDA Region IX (www.neda9.gov.ph/), Pop. 2010 using formula, NSO 2010

 

Literacy refers to the ability of population who have at least completed a year in elementary education to the population seven years old and over. 1990 Census on Population and Housing showed that 89.83% literacy rate of Titay. Table 7 reveals that out of the population 7 years old and over reached the highest literacy rate with 95.18%. The literacy rate is quite high. This shows that the municipality completely establishes primary and elementary school in all barangays of Titay. In every 1.05 household populations literate there is .05 illiterate in 2010. More illiterate in male population than female as shown in table 7 with 7.75% male over female.

Table -8 POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AND DENSITY, BY BARANGAY

Year 2010

BARANGAY POPULATION %    OF

DISTRIBUTION

LAND AREA

(in has.)

DENSITY

(persons/has.)

A.      Urban
1.Poblacion 6,764 13.79 1,388 4.69
B.      Urbanizing
2.San Antonio 3,241 8.40 1,998 1.99
C.      Rural
1.Achasol 1,859 3.97 1,238 1.51
2. Azusano 944 1.89 495 1.80
3. Bangco 1,551 3.30 1,312 1.19
4. Camanga 1,041 2.17 1,842 .55
5. Culasian 1,186 2.94 3,579 .39
6. Dalangin 2,577 5.87 1,020 2.71
7. Dalangin Muslim 560 1.089 244 2.10
8. Dalisay 1,498 3.21 4,198 .36
9. Gomotoc 881 1.85 2,312 .38
10. Imelda 1,094 2.26 1,789 .60
11. Kipit 1,678 3.10 7,361 .197
12. Kitabog 3,664 6.56 1,089 2.85
13. La Libertad 591 1.56 1,458 .51
14. Longilog 852 1.92 3,035 .30
15. Mabini 1,197 2.47 1,659 .70
16. Malagandis 1,315 2.83 1,028 1.30
17. Mate 925 1.95 1,631 .56
18. Moalboal 547 1.18 860 .64
19. Namnama 2,077 4.36 2,075 .99
20. New Canaan 660 1.80 3,037 .28
21. Palomoc 2,750 4.97 2,035 1.15
22. Poblacion Muslim 759 1.46 720 .96
23. Pulidan 1,219 2.67 4,423 .29
24. San Isidro 1,104 3.93 1,049 1.77
25. Santa Fe 1,474 3.10 4,343 .34
26. Supit 919 1.76 2,446 .34
27.  Tugop 1,020 2.55 868 1.37
28. Tugop Muslim 509 1.13 468 1.14
Total 46,456 100 61,000 .76

Source: NSO

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