AND ANALYSIS AT BARANGAYBONIFACIO, AREVALO ILOILO CITY A REPORT BY THE “SIETE PIGADOS” GROUP ALADINO JUNJUN JALECO JAZON HARL HIDROSOLLO DENNESE ALYSSA DELOSO JULIE ANN PAMPAG JADE ARIANE PLANA KAREN GRACE SALAO JAMAICA TAPICULIN
A group of interactingpeople, living in someproximity (i.e., inspace, time, orrelationship). Communityusually refers to a socialunit larger thana household that shares
Arévalo is one of thesix districts of IloíloCity, in the Philippineprovince of Iloílo. Itwas originally foundedas La Villa Rica deArévalo by a Spanishofficial who built his
Its historical churchpossesses one of theoldest Santo Niño (InfantJesus) figurines inthe Philippines. Arevalo issometimes given the title"Flower Capital ofIloilo", where pottedplants, flowers, bouquets,
The district ofArevalo iscomposed of13 barangaysand one ofwhich is Brgy.
Organizational Chart of the Community Alan Macazar Brgy. Captain Rodel Libo-on CorazonAbastillas Brgy. Treasurer Brgy.Secretary Brgy. Kagawads: Jose Gullo Cecilia Biag RodneyBandojo Aida Macawiwili Claudine Montibon Dominic Gangoso Salvador Abastillas Anna Marie Ordonia
Total number of Households CY 2010: 420 Dialect predominantly spoken Hiligaynon Election Data Date of last Election: October 25, 2010 No. of registered voters: 1098 No. of predominantly voters who actually voted: 733 No. of precincts: 4
OccupationOccupation Total number Occupation Total numberSelf-employed 76 Driver 21Employee 57 Trisikad driver 28Teacher 16 Fisherman/Farmer 3OFW 15 Vendor 19Medical related 29 Tailor 2ProfessionCarpenter/ 15 Barber/ 3Construction Hairdresserworker/ PlumberLaborer 12 Businessman 12Janitor 17 Beautician 2Secretary/ Clerk 3 Technician 4Sales Lady 21 OthersTotal 261 94
Employment by Age Group and SexAge Both Sexes Male Female15-19 30 18 1220-24 65 34 3125-29 44 30 1430-34 41 24 1735-39 52 27 2440-44 29 17 1245-49 32 23 950-54 29 17 1255-59 17 9 860-64 9 5 465 and over 7 4 3Total 355 209 146
Leading Causes of Mortality Pneumonia: 2 Cancer: 1 Leading Causes of Morbidity Diarrhea: 15 Flu: 20 Asthma: 15 Allergy: 12 No. of Disabled Household members Male: 5 Female: 3 Total: 8
EducationEducational Attainment NumberNursery/ Prep/ Kinder 37ElementaryGr. 1 33Gr.2 28Gr.3 22Gr.4 27Gr.5 22Gr.6 32High School1st year 272nd year 30
3rd year 204th year 275th year 0College1st year 592nd year 663rd year 504th year 525th year 6Baccalaureate Degree (BSE, BSC, etc.) 173Post Baccalaureate (MA, Ph.D.) 12
Accdg. To Survey ConductedLast February 1,2012
Types of familyTypes of family F %nuclear 7 70%extended 3 30%
Civil statuscivil status F %Single O 0%Married 10 100%Separated 0 0%Widow 0 0%
Type of HousingLOT:Type F %Rented 0 0%Owned 7 70%Free owned 3 30%HOUSEType F %Rented 0 0%Owned 9 90%Free owned 1 10%
Type of HouseType of house f %Concrete O 0%Wood 4 40%Makeshift 6 60%
Our group have concluded that: There are more unemployed females than males in the Household. Most of the families are Nuclear type. Most of the families own the house and lot where they stay. Type of Houses they have can be Wood, Makeshift / Mixed. Most have Adequate lighting.
Ventilations are dominantly Adequate. Their Water Supplies are mostly in Level 1 type. Families mostly use Level 2 Excreta Disposal. Most of the families’ Garbage are collected and gathered by the J.S Layson truck. Domesticated Animals are cats, dogs, mostly chicken, others have ducks and some have none.
Most of the Types of Food Storage are Refrigerated and Covered. Some resort to uncovered type. Most of the Interviewees stated that the Immunization of their children are complete. Most seek health care in their barangay health centers. Most families are practicing family planning with the method of mostly hormonal and barriers methods. Most have Blue-Collar Jobs.
The group figured that the most efficient project that our class can offer to the barangay is to have the ff: ◦ a Livelihood Program ◦ Clean-up Activity and ◦ De-worming session with the community. Problems Observed: Health and Sanitation Environment