Republic of the Philippines                                              Province of Palawan                              ...
Faces of Poverty in Palawan      POPULATION      Palawan registered a total population of 659,659 in 136,757 households co...
HOUSINGAbout 2.2 percent of households were living in makeshift housing while 4.4 percent were informalsettlersData on hou...
INCOME AND LIVELIHOOD      About 58.3 percent of households were living below the pover ty threshold      Palawan recorded...
The Many Faces of Povertyin the Province of Palawan   CBMS Core Indicators, Province of Palawan, 2005                     ...
CBMS Core Indicators, by Municipality, Province of Palawan, 2005          M u n i c ip a l i ty      To t a l   To t a l  ...
CBMS Core Indicators, by Municipality, Province of Palawan, 2005      M u n i c ip a l i ty    Num b er of c h il d re n  ...
CBMS Poverty Maps: Palawan         Map 1. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who Died, by Municipality, 2005            ...
CBMS Poverty Maps: PalawanMap 3. Proportion of Women who Died Due to Pregnancy-Related Causes,by Municipality, 2005       ...
CBMS Poverty Maps: Palawan         Map 5. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who are Malnourished,         by Municipali...
Table 1. Health and Nutrition Indicators, by Barangay, Province of Palawan, 2005     M u n i c ip a l i ty           Baran...
Table 1. Health and Nutrition Indicators, by Barangay, Province of Palawan, 2005           M u n i c ip a l i ty          ...
The Many Faces Of Poverty - Palawan - Volume 2
The Many Faces Of Poverty - Palawan - Volume 2
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The Many Faces Of Poverty - Palawan - Volume 2
The Many Faces Of Poverty - Palawan - Volume 2
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The Many Faces of Poverty in the Province of Palawan

Volume 2, Part 2

Copyright © PEP-CBMS Network Office, 2011

The statistics presented in this report are based on the CBMS surveys conducted in these provinces during a 4-year period –from 2005-2008.

The publication of this volume has been made possible through the PEP-CBMS
Network Office based at the Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies of De La Salle University-Manila with the aid of a grant from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Ottawa, Canada and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

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The Many Faces Of Poverty - Palawan - Volume 2

  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines Province of Palawan Office of the Governor Message Congratulations to the PEP-CBMS Network Coordinating Team forproducing this scientific compilation of statistical tables and poverty mapsof seven provinces. Poverty is a major concern in all levels of society both locally andinternationally. For local chief executives, planners, decisionmakers andother development practitioners, this document provides critical informationand data on the different aspects, situations, and conditions of poverty. Indeed this publication compels all local chief executives andplanners not only to take a critical look at the poverty situation in ourrespective backyards but also, and more importantly, to map out appropriate,concrete, and timely interventions to alleviate the plight of our less fortunatebrothers and sisters. In the light of Palawan’s experience, the Community-Based Monitoring System is a tried and tested tool forlocal governance. In fact, as the first province to implement the CBMS province wide back in the year 2000, it hasbecome an indispensable instrument in providing the benchmark for development and in determining the socio-economic conditions in all levels of government from the barangays and municipalities to the province. Likewise,the CBMS also serves as a gauge in analyzing the responsiveness of interventions to target communities towardthe improvement of the welfare conditions of our people. Since its implementation, the Provincial Government of Palawan has published two Human DevelopmentReports in 2000 and 2006. A third edition is underway and it will also focus on poverty. May “The Many Faces of Poverty”, as an important compilation of CBMS data, move us toward a moreconcrete, pro-active and concerted course of action to improve and upgrade the lives of our poverty-stricken countrymenand empower them to finally achieve every man’s dream and desire for a better quality of life. May God help us bring to fruition our plans and efforts to bring about this dream. ABRAHAM KAHLIL B. MITRA Governor The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 201
  2. 2. Faces of Poverty in Palawan POPULATION Palawan registered a total population of 659,659 in 136,757 households covered in the 2005 CBMS Sur vey The 2005 CBMS survey covered the province’s 22 municipalities and 323 barangays. The city of Puerto Princesa was reported as the largest in terms of population size. In fact, the city had a total population of 103,036 which represents about 15.6 percent of the total provincial population. It was followed by the municipalities of Narra with 9.0 percent and Brooke’s Point with 8.3 percent. Meanwhile, Cagayancillo was the smallest municipality with only 6,346 households, accounting for only 1.0 percent of Palawan’s total population. HEALTH AND NUTRITION One in ever y 1000 children 0 to 4 years old died Based on the survey results, about 0.1 percent of children 0 to 4 years old died during that period. This corresponds to a total of 132 child deaths in the province. The highest proportion of deaths among children within this age range was recorded in the municipality of Linapacan at 1.1 percent, representing 21 cases. This translates to 11 deaths in every 1,000 children. However, in terms of incidence, Narra recorded the highest number where 25 children died during the period. Meanwhile, no child deaths were recorded in seven (7) municipalities, namely, Rizal, Balabac, Bataraza, Brooke’s Point, Dumaran, Magsaysay and Sofronio Española. At the barangay level, Agutaya had the highest proportion as it recorded 8 cases of child deaths representing about 9.4 percent of the total number of children under 5 years old in the barangay. This was followed by Barangay Manamoc in Cuyo and Barangay Maroyogroyog in Linapacan with 6.7 percent and 5.6 percent, respectively. Two in ever y 1000 pregnant women died due to pregnancy-related causes About 0.2 percent of pregnant women died due to pregnancy-related causes or a total of 60 cases of maternal deaths. The municipality of Brooke’s Point had the highest magnitude and proportion of deaths which are related to pregnancy. In fact, the municipality recorded 24 cases representing 1.6 percent of pregnant women during the period. However, no maternal deaths were recorded for ten (10) municipalities. These include Busuanga, Cagayancillo, Culion, Coron, Rizal, Balabac, Bataraza, Dumaran, Magsaysay and Sofronio Española. Furthermore, at the barangay level, Barangay Salogon in Brooke’s Point had the highest proportion of maternal deaths and at the same time, had the most number of such cases. In par ticular, Salogon recorded 18 cases, representing 15.9 percent of deaths due to pregnancy-related causes. This means that about 16 women died for every 100 pregnant women during the period. About 9.1 percent of children 0 to 5 years old were malnourished Based on the results of the 2005 CBMS survey, about 9 in every 100 children aged 0 to 5 years old in the province were malnourished. The municipalities of Agutaya and Brooke’s Point recorded the highest proportion of malnourished children. In addition, Brookes’ Point had the most number of malnourished children at 1,634. Meanwhile, Narra had the smallest proportion at 1.7 percent which corresponds to 13.7 children. At the barangay level, the problem seems to be worse as high malnutrition rates were recorded for several barangays. For instance, about 97.4 percent of children in Barangay Culandanum (b) were considered malnourished. This barangay had the highest proportion of malnourished children, followed by Barangay Saraza (70.7%) in Brooke’s Point and Barangay Kalatagbak (68.2%) in Quezon. The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)202
  3. 3. HOUSINGAbout 2.2 percent of households were living in makeshift housing while 4.4 percent were informalsettlersData on housing revealed that about 2 in every 100 households were living in makeshift housing. This phenomenonwas more prevalent in the municipality of Roxas, where about 10.4 percent of residents (or 552 households) wereliving in makeshift housing. This is followed by Brooke’s Point with 8.1 percent and Balabac with 2.8 percent. Interms of magnitude, however, Brooke’s Point recorded the highest number at 916 households.On the other hand, the proportion of informal settlers in the province was about 4.4 percent. This means that forevery 100 households in the province, about 4 households are considered as squatters. The city of Puerto Princesahad the most number and the highest proportion of informal settlers. In fact, about 17.2 percent (or 3,843) of itshouseholds were considered informal settlers. It is worth noting that Roxas has no informal settlers despite thefact that it recorded the highest proportion of households in makeshift housing, as indicated in the results mentionedearlier. Furthermore, two other municipalities – Taytay and Coron - do not have informal settlers. At the barangaylevel, the squatting problem was predominant in Barangay Poblacion I in Brooke’s Point where about 31 in every100 households were informal settlers, while in Barangay Antipuluan in Narra the figure is about 26.3 percent ofthe barangay’s households.WATER AND SANITATIONAccess to safe water supply and sanitar y toilet facilities is also a concern for many householdsResults of the CBMS survey revealed that about 39.6 of the households had no access to safe water while 56.7percent did not have access to sanitary toilet facilities. In terms of access to safe water, Linapacan had the biggestproblem among all municipalities with about 98.4 percent of its households having no access to safe water supply.It was followed by Magsaysay and Cagayancillo with 96.2 percent and 85.1 percent, respectively. Overall, therewere ten municipalities where more than half of the households had no such access. Meanwhile, at a moredisaggregated level, there were 24 barangays where all households did not have safe water access. These include6 barangays in Linapacan, 5 barangays each in Magsaysay and Cuyo, 2 barangays each in Balabac and Bataraza,and 1 barangay each in Cagayancillo, Coron, Dumaran and Agutaya. Out of Palawan’s 323 barangays, a total of152 barangays were considered “waterless”1.Meanwhile, in terms of access to sanitary toilet facilities, the CBMS results showed that more than half of thehouseholds (i.e., about 56.7%) in the province did not have access to sanitary toilet facilities. The municipality ofBalabac recorded the highest proportion of households without sanitary toilet facilities (i.e., about 94.4%) followedby Rizal (84.3%) and Bataraza (74.9%). Only 15 municipalities recorded a proportion of more than 50.0 percent.This means that more than half of the households in these 15 municipalities had no access to sanitar y toiletfacilities. Moreover, all households in seven (7) barangays lacked sanitary toilet facilities. Three (3) of thesebarangays are in Balabac, 2 barangays are in Coron and another 2 barangays are in Bataraza.BASIC EDUCATIONAbout 24.7 percent of children aged 6-12 years old were not attending elementar y school while43.9 percent of children 13-16 years old were not attending high schoolThe CBMS sur vey results showed that about 25 in every 100 children 6-12 years old in the province were notenrolled in elementary school. The highest proportion of these out-of-school children among all municipalities wasrecorded in Rizal with 43.0 percent while Barangay Villa Paz in El Nido recorded the highest proportion among allbarangays in the province. Meanwhile, about 44 in every 100 children aged 13-16 years old in the province werenot enrolled in high school during the reference period. The municipality of Balabac had the highest proportion ofsuch children (66.9%). Furthermore, there were two barangays in the province, namely Villapaz (El Nido) andTagolango (Bataraza) where all children 13-16 years old were not attending high school. However, these largeestimates may not directly mean that all children within this age range were not studying. In fact, some of them maybe enrolled in school but not necessarily in high school. For instance, some children aged 13-16 years old may stillbe in elementary. 1 “Waterless” is defined as areas with less than 50% (safe) water supply coverage. The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 203
  4. 4. INCOME AND LIVELIHOOD About 58.3 percent of households were living below the pover ty threshold Palawan recorded a relatively high poverty rate at 58.3 percent which translates to 79,739 income-poor households; this means that about 6 in ever y 10 households were living below the pover ty line. The municipality of Balabac recorded the highest poverty rate among all the municipalities in the province at 85.5 percent, followed by Rizal and Brooke’s Point at 78.2 percent and 76.4 percent, respectively. In terms of magnitude, Brooke’s Point recorded the biggest number of income-poor (i.e., 8,639 households). The rest of the municipalities still recorded relatively high poverty rates. To add, there was one barangay in the province (Bancalaan in Balabac municipality) with all of its 1,393 households living below the poverty threshold. There were also several barangays which recorded high rates of poverty, including Barangay Pandanan (99.3%) also in Balabac, Barangay Sandoval (98.3%) in Taytay and Barangay Tara (97.9%) in Coron. About 42.5 percent of households had insuf ficient income to satisfy their nutritional requirements About four in every ten households in the province were classified as food-poor. In fact, a total of 58,135 households in the province were living below the food threshold. Among all the municipalities, the highest proportion of food-poor households was recorded in Cagayancillo at 66.0 percent. Brooke’s Point came next at 65.8 percent, and it also had the most number of food poor households at 7,443. Meanwhile, Barangay Poblacion I in Balabac was considered as the poorest as all of its households were living below the food threshold based on the results of the CBMS survey. Several barangays also recorded very high rates of food poverty. For instance, Barangay Alcoba in Magsaysay and Barangay Decabaitot in Linapacan recorded rates of 96.9 percent and 95.9 percent, respectively. Unemployment rate was high at 13.7 percent The province recorded a relatively high unemployment rate at 13.7 percent. This represents a total of 31,646 members of the labor force who did not have work during the reference period. Municipal level data showed that Balabac had the highest unemployment rate at 39.9 percent, followed by Roxas with 29.0 percent and Agutaya with 22.8 percent. Thirteen municipalities had recorded double-digit unemployment rates during the period. At a more disaggregated level, unemployment is a huge concern for Barangay Funda in Cuyo where the rate of unemployment was recorded at 74.9 percent. Several other barangays recorded relatively high unemployment rates. For instance, Barangay III in Roxas, Barangay Maringian in Cuyo and Barangay Indalawan in Balabac recorded unemployment rates of 61.0 percent, 52.3 percent and 48.4 percent, respectively. PEACE AND ORDER About 0.2 percent of the population had been victims of crime Data on peace and order showed that there were 1,197 individuals who had been reported as victims of any type of crime. This corresponds to about 0.2 percent of the total provincial population. The municipality of Brooke’s Point had the highest crime rate at 0.6 percent of its total population. This was followed by Agutaya and Puerto Princesa City with 0.4 percent each. It can be noted that the city of Puerto Princesa had the most number of reported crimes with a total of 430 cases. Meanwhile, the highest proportion of victims of crime was recorded in Barangay Mainiti in Brooke’s Point at 4.1 percent followed by Barangay Old Busuanga in Busuanga with 2.3 percent and Barangay Santo Tomas with 2.2 percent. The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)204
  5. 5. The Many Faces of Povertyin the Province of Palawan CBMS Core Indicators, Province of Palawan, 2005 Ho u s e h o l d s Po p u l a ti o n I N DI C A T O R M a g n i tu d e Prop or ti on M a g n i tu d e P ro p o r t i o n DMGAH E O RP Y Population 136757 659659 Average household size 5 Children 0-5 years old 102111 Children 6-12 years old 125679 Members 13-16 years old 63577 Members 10 years old and above 470257 Members of the labor force 231235 HEALTH AND NU T RI T I ON Children 0-5 year old who died 132 0.1 Women who died due to pregnancy-related causes 60 0.2 Malnourished children 0-5 year old 9283 9.1 H OU S I N G Households living in makeshift housing 2990 2.2 Households who are informal settlers 6013 4.4 W ATER AND S ANI T ATI ON Households without access to safe water supply 53735 39.3 Households without access to sanitary toilet facilities 77476 56.7 B A S I C EDU C AT I ON Children 6-12 years old not attending elementary school 30988 24.7 Children 13-16 years old not attending high school 27921 43.9 I NC OME AND L IVELI HOOD Households with income below the poverty threshold 79739 58.3 Households with income below the food threshold 58135 42.5 Unemployment rate (15 years old and above) 31646 13.7 PEAC E AND OR DER Victims of crime 1197 0.2 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 205
  6. 6. CBMS Core Indicators, by Municipality, Province of Palawan, 2005 M u n i c ip a l i ty To t a l To t a l Nu m be r o f M a l n o u ri sh e d C h i l d d e a th s Nu m be r o f W om e n de a th s house holds popul ation c h i l d r e n ch ildren ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ch ildren d u e to ( 0-5 ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ( 0-1 ye a r o l d ) p r e g n a n c y -r e l a t e d ye a rs o l d ) causes M a g ni t u de P ropor t ion M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o n M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o n Aborlan 6491 33592 4270 289 6.8 8 0.2 618 1 0.2 Agutaya 2028 9346 1501 272 18.1 9 0.6 259 1 0.4 Balabac 5209 27159 4676 330 7.1 0 0.0 927 0 0.0 Bataraza 7023 32106 5608 638 11.4 0 0.0 946 0 0.0 Brooke’s Point 11308 54807 9042 1634 18.1 0 0.0 1462 24 1.6 Busuanga 3171 16060 2653 249 9.4 5 0.2 380 0 0.0 Cagayancillo 1050 6346 823 75 9.1 1 0.1 129 0 0.0 Coron 1856 9419 1585 77 4.9 1 0.1 376 0 0.0 Culion 3429 16109 2393 204 8.5 2 0.1 721 0 0.0 Cuyo 3494 16057 2235 170 7.6 5 0.2 424 1 0.2 Dumaran 3595 18146 2788 302 10.8 0 0.0 572 0 0.0 El Nido 5124 26201 4108 586 14.3 10 0.2 833 6 0.7 Linapacan 1916 10151 1843 295 16.0 21 1.1 309 1 0.3 Magsaysay 2311 10644 1455 253 17.4 0 0.0 227 0 0.0 Narra 12348 59387 7984 137 1.7 25 0.3 * * * Puerto Princesa City 22362 103036 15460 425 2.7 12 0.1 2286 3 0.1 Quezon 10816 52312 8622 1251 14.5 5 0.1 1284 8 0.6 Rizal 7347 33844 5902 729 12.4 2 0.0 882 0 0.0 Roxas 5322 25424 2978 373 12.5 9 0.3 754 5 0.7 San Vicente 5148 25429 3942 295 7.5 5 0.1 677 2 0.3 Sofronio Española 6324 28317 4445 239 5.4 0 0.0 935 0 0.0 Taytay 9085 45767 7798 460 5.9 12 0.2 1128 8 0.7 M u n i c ip a l i ty Ho use h o ld s li v i n g i n Ho u seh o l d s who a re Ho u se h o l d s wi th o u t a c c e ss Ho u se h o l d s wi th o u t a c c e ss m a k e sh i f t h o u s i n g i n f o rm a l se ttl e rs to sa f e wa ter su pp l y to sa n i ta r y to i l e t f a c i l iti e s M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n Aborlan 14 0.2 107 1.6 1399 21.6 2960 45.6 Agutaya 16 0.8 39 1.9 1196 59.0 969 47.8 Balabac 147 2.8 39 0.7 4358 83.7 4916 94.4 Bataraza 43 0.6 157 2.2 3134 44.6 5259 74.9 Brooke’s Point 916 8.1 472 4.2 3279 29.0 7268 64.3 Busuanga 62 2.0 96 3.0 1377 43.4 1182 37.3 Cagayancillo 6 0.6 3 0.3 894 85.1 263 25.0 Coron 7 0.4 0 0.0 553 29.8 1168 62.9 Culion 11 0.3 18 0.5 1160 33.8 2141 62.4 Cuyo 8 0.2 8 0.2 2193 62.8 1705 48.8 Dumaran 63 1.8 45 1.3 2250 62.6 2070 57.6 El Nido 105 2.0 78 1.5 2675 52.2 2320 45.3 Linapacan 14 0.7 12 0.6 1885 98.4 1398 73.0 Magsaysay 22 1.0 11 0.5 2223 96.2 1371 59.3 Narra 75 0.6 396 3.2 3044 24.7 6332 51.3 Puerto Princesa City 277 1.2 3843 17.2 2178 9.7 6325 28.3 Quezon 159 1.5 173 1.6 5958 55.1 7701 71.2 Rizal 122 1.7 129 1.8 4943 67.3 6196 84.3 Roxas 552 10.4 0 0.0 2160 40.6 2848 53.5 San Vicente 124 2.4 194 3.8 1242 24.1 3150 61.2 Sofronio Española 45 0.7 193 3.1 2190 34.6 4483 70.9 Taytay 202 2.2 0 0.0 3444 37.9 5451 60.0 Municipality Num b er of c h il d re n C h i l d re n n o t a tte n d i n g Num b er of c h il d re n C h i l dre n n o t a tte n d i n g h i g h ( 6-12 yea rs ol d ) e l e m e n ta r y sc h o o l ( 13 - 1 6 year s ol d) sch oo l ( 6-12 yea rs ol d ) ( 13-16 ye ars ol d ) M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n Aborlan 5673 1126 16.6 2588 784 23.3 Agutaya 1419 308 17.8 510 365 41.7 Balabac 4200 1743 29.3 902 1819 66.9 Bataraza 4823 1739 26.5 1487 1378 48.1 Brooke’s Point 7979 3048 27.6 2746 2654 49.1 Busuanga 2511 754 23.1 743 784 51.3 Cagayancillo 1072 196 15.5 408 243 37.3 Coron 1348 617 31.4 316 583 64.8 Culion 2082 981 32.0 776 810 51.1 Cuyo 2371 440 15.7 1324 294 18.2 Dumaran 3003 525 14.9 1106 587 34.7 *no data The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)206
  7. 7. CBMS Core Indicators, by Municipality, Province of Palawan, 2005 M u n i c ip a l i ty Num b er of c h il d re n C h i l d re n n o t a tte n d i n g Num b er of c h il d re n C h i l d re n n o t a tte n d i n g ( 6-12 yea rs ol d ) e l e m e n ta r y sc h o o l ( 13 - 1 6 year s ol d) h i gh sc ho o l ( 6-12 yea rs ol d ) ( 13-16 ye ars ol d ) M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o nEl Nido 4604 1183 20.4 1484 1151 43.7Linapacan 1459 643 30.6 344 639 65.0Magsaysay 1504 289 16.1 815 295 26.6Narra 8248 2727 24.8 3887 1721 30.7Puerto Princesa City 12204 3137 20.4 5427 4174 43.5Quezon 7534 2859 27.5 2612 2418 48.1Rizal 3839 2892 43.0 1191 1740 59.4Roxas 3508 505 12.6 1810 649 26.4San Vicente 4181 973 18.9 1476 1186 44.6Sofronio Española 3572 1940 35.2 1370 1296 48.6Taytay 7557 2363 23.8 2334 2351 50.2 M u n i c ip a l i ty Hou seh o ld s with i n co m e be l ow th e Hou seh o ld s with i n co m e be l ow th e p o v e r ty th r e sh o l d f o o d th re sh o l d M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o nAborlan 3383 52.1 2482 38.2Agutaya 1202 59.3 776 38.3Balabac 4455 85.5 1122 21.5Bataraza 4875 69.4 3746 53.3Brooke’s Point 8639 76.4 7443 65.8Busuanga 1683 53.1 1780 56.1Cagayancillo 780 74.3 693 66.0Coron 1076 58.0 605 32.6Culion 1898 55.4 1216 35.5Cuyo 1978 56.6 1519 43.5Dumaran 1553 43.2 1147 31.9El Nido 3058 59.7 2351 45.9Linapacan 1260 65.8 847 44.2Magsaysay 1566 67.8 1165 50.4Narra 6251 50.6 4174 33.8Puerto Princesa City 7057 31.6 5013 22.4Quezon 6380 59.0 4741 43.8Rizal 5743 78.2 4469 60.8Roxas 2786 52.3 2293 43.1San Vicente 3020 58.7 2009 39.0Sofronio Española 4756 75.2 3906 61.8Taytay 6340 69.8 4638 51.1 M u n i c ip a l i ty Num be r of p erso ns i n th e la bo r U n e m p l o ym e n t ra te Pe rso n s wh o a re v i c ti m s force ( 15 yea rs ol d an d a bo ve ) o f c rim e s ( 15 yea rs ol d an d a bo ve ) M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o n M ag n i t u d e P r o p or t i o nAborlan 10771 756 7.0 79 0.2Agutaya 4332 987 22.8 40 0.4Balabac 13028 5202 39.9 6 0.0Bataraza 9043 689 7.6 29 0.1Brooke’s Point 19713 2839 14.4 314 0.6Busuanga 5517 564 10.2 35 0.2Cagayancillo 2670 269 10.1 0 0.0Coron 3444 153 4.4 4 0.0Culion 6218 807 13.0 4 0.0Cuyo 5306 1207 22.7 36 0.2Dumaran 5528 487 8.8 21 0.1El Nido 7898 625 7.9 34 0.1Linapacan 3354 102 3.0 10 0.1Magsaysay 3823 157 4.1 9 0.1Narra 21222 2353 11.1 4 0.0Puerto Princesa City 38446 5987 15.6 430 0.4Quezon 16017 348 2.2 24 0.0Rizal 10336 1085 10.5 5 0.0Roxas 11064 3205 29.0 28 0.1San Vicente 8908 697 7.8 33 0.1Sofronio Española 9649 1470 15.2 12 0.0Taytay 14948 1657 11.1 40 0.1 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 207
  8. 8. CBMS Poverty Maps: Palawan Map 1. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who Died, by Municipality, 2005 C hil d d e a t hs ( 0 - 5 y e a r s o l d ) BUSUANGA 0.2 CORON M uni c ip a l it y M a g ni t ud e Pro p or t ion CULION 0.1 Linap acan 21 1.1 0.1 A g ut aya 9 0 .6 LINAPACAN N arra 25 0 .3 AGUTAYA 1.1 0.6 R o xas 9 0 .3 EL NIDO El Nid o 10 0 .2 0.2 C uyo 5 0 .2 MAGSAYSAY B usuang a 5 0 .2 TAYTAY 0.0 A b o rlan 8 0 .2 0.2 ARACELI CUYO Tayt ay 12 0 .2 SAN VICENTE 0.1 No data 0.2 San V icent e 5 0 .1 DUMARAN C ag ayancillo 1 0 .1 0.0 C ulio n 2 0 .1 ROXAS PUERTO PRINCESA 0.3 Puert o Princesa C it y 12 0 .1 0.1 C o ro n 1 0 .1 ABORLAN Quezo n 5 0 .1 0.2 R izal 2 0 .0 QUEZON B alab ac 0 0 .0 0.1 B at araza 0 0 .0 NARRA B ro o kes Po int 0 0 .0 0.3 CAGAYANCILLO RIZAL SOFRONIO ESPAÑOLA 0.1 D umaran 0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 M ag saysay 0 0 .0 BROOKES POINT So f ro nio Esp año la 0 0 .0 0.0 BATARAZA 0.0 BALABAC 0.0 Map 2. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who Died, by Barangay, 2005 BU SU AN G A B o t t o m 10 B arang ays 0.2 COR ON CU LIO N 0.1 M uni cip alit y B arang ay M ag nit ud e Pr o p o rt i o n 0.1 LIN AP ACA N Agutaya Diit 8 9.4 AGU T AYA 1.1 0.6 Cuyo M anamoc 3 6.7 E L N IDO 0.2 Linapacan M aroyogroyog 8 5.6 MAG SAYSAY El Nido Aberawan 5 5.3 TA YT AY 0.0 0.2 Linapacan Pical 4 2.8 SAN V IC EN TE AR AC ELI CU YO 0.1 No data 0.2 Coron Borac 1 2.3 D UM AR AN 0.0 Roxas Santo Tomas 2 2.2 R OX AS PU ER TO PR INC ES A 0.3 Linapacan Decabait ot 1 2.2 0.1 Aborlan Plaridel 5 2.0 ABOR LAN 0.2 Linapacan Nangalao 4 2.0 QU E ZON 0.1 NA RR A 0.3 C AG AYAN C ILL O R IZAL SOF R ONIO ESP A ÑO LA 0.1 0.0 0.0 BR O OKES POIN T 0.0 B ATAR AZ A 0.0 BALABAC 0.0 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)208
  9. 9. CBMS Poverty Maps: PalawanMap 3. Proportion of Women who Died Due to Pregnancy-Related Causes,by Municipality, 2005 W o me n d e a t hs d ue t o p r e g na nc y - r e l a t e d c a us e s BUSUANGA 0.0 M uni c ip a l it y M a g ni t ud e Pro p or t ion CORON 0.0 B ro o kes Po int 24 1.6 CULION 0.0 El Nid o 6 0 .7 LINAPACAN Tayt ay 8 0 .7 0.3 AGUTAYA R o xas 5 0 .7 0.4 EL NIDO Quezo n 8 0 .6 0.7 A g ut aya 1 0 .4 MAGSAYSAY Linap acan 1 0 .3 TAYTAY 0.0 San V icent e 2 0 .3 0.7 C uyo 1 0 .2 SAN VICENTE ARACELI CUYO 0.3 No data 0.2 A b o rlan 1 0 .2 DUMARAN Puert o Princesa C it y 3 0 .1 0.0 B usuang a 0 0 .0 ROXAS PUERTO PRINCESA 0.7 C ag ayancillo 0 0 .0 0.1 C ulio n 0 0 .0 C o ro n 0 0 .0 ABORLAN R izal 0 0 .0 0.2 B alab ac 0 0 .0 QUEZON 0.6 B at araza 0 0 .0 NARRA D umaran 0 0 .0 0.0 CAGAYANCILLO RIZAL SOFRONIO ESPAÑOLA 0.0 M ag saysay 0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 So f ro nio Esp año la 0 0 .0 BROOKES POINT 1.6 BATARAZA 0.0BALABAC 0.0Map 4. Proportion of Women who Died Due to Pregnancy-Related Causes,by Barangay, 2005 BUSUANGA 0.0 CORON B o t t o m 10 B a r a ng a y s CULION 0.0 0.0 M uni c i p a l i t y B a r a ng a y M a g ni t ud e P r o p o r t i o n LINAPACAN B ro o kes Po int Salo g o n 18 15.9 0.3 AGUTAYA 0.4 Ro xas Sant o To mas 3 11.1 EL NIDO 0.7 Taytay B at as 1 7.7 MAGSAYSAY TAYTAY Taytay Deb ang an 1 7.7 0.0 0.7 El Nid o B aro t uan 2 6 .1 SAN VICENTE ARACELI CUYO 0.3 No data 0.2 Linap acan Decab ait o t 1 5.9 DUMARAN 0.0 Cuyo Cat ad man (Po b ) 1 5.0 ROXAS PUERTO PRINCESA 0.7 Taytay San Jo se 2 3 .9 0.1 El Nid o Sib alt an 1 3 .8 ABORLAN Ro xas M inara 1 3 .7 0.2 QUEZON 0.6 NARRA 0.0 CAGAYANCILLO RIZAL SOFRONIO ESPAÑOLA 0.0 0.0 0.0 BROOKES POINT 1.6 BATARAZA 0.0BALABAC 0.0 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 209
  10. 10. CBMS Poverty Maps: Palawan Map 5. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who are Malnourished, by Municipality, 2005 M a l no ur i s he d C hi l d r e n ( 0 - 5 y ea r s o ld ) M uni c ip a l it y M a g ni t ud e Pro p or t ion A g ut aya 2 72 18 .1 BUSUANGA B ro o kes Po int 16 3 4 18 .1 9.4 CORON 4.9 M ag saysay 2 53 17.4 CULION 8.5 Linap acan 29 5 16 .0 LINAPACAN Quezo n 12 51 14 .5 16.0 AGUTAYA El Nid o 58 6 14 .3 18.1 EL NIDO R o xas 3 73 12 .5 14.3 R izal 72 9 12 .4 MAGSAYSAY B at araza 63 8 11.4 TAYTAY 17.4 D umaran 30 2 10 .8 5.9 CUYO ARACELI 7.6 B usuang a 24 9 9 .4 SAN VICENTE 7.5 no data C ag ayancillo 75 9 .1 DUMARAN C ulio n 20 4 8 .5 10.8 C uyo 170 7.6 ROXAS PUERTO PRINCESA 12.5 San V icent e 29 5 7.5 2.7 B alab ac 33 0 7.1 ABORLAN A b o rlan 28 9 6 .8 6.8 Tayt ay 46 0 5.9 QUEZON So f ro nio Esp año la 23 9 5.4 14.5 C o ro n 77 4 .9 NARRA 1.7 CAGAYANCILLO Puert o Princesa C it y 42 5 2 .7 RIZAL SOFRONIO ESPAÑOLA 12.4 5.4 9.1 N arra 13 7 1.7 BROOKES POINT 18.1 BATARAZA 11.4 BALABAC 7.1 Map 6. Proportion of Children 0-5 Years Old who are Malnourished, by Barangay, 2005 BUSU ANG A Bot t om 10 Barang ays 9.4 COR ON CU L IO N 4.9 M unici palit y Barangay M ag nit ude Proport ion 8.5 Batarza Culandanum(b) 263 97.4 LIN A P A C A N 16 .0 A G U TA Y A Brookes Point Saraza 406 70.7 18 .1 E L N ID O Quezon Kalatagbak 191 68.2 14 .3 MA G S A Y S A Y Agutaya Abagat (Pob) 21 55.3 TA Y TA Y 17 .4 Agutaya Villasol 48 52.2 5.9 S A N V IC E NT E A R A C E LI C UY O 7.6 Brookes Point Salogon 245 51.1 7.5 no d a ta D UM A RA N Agutaya Maracanao 14 46.7 10 .8 Roxas San Isidro 38 45.8 ROX AS P UE R TO P R INC E S A 12 .5 2.7 Roxas Barangay VI Pob 26 43.3 Roxas San Jose 19 43.2 ABOR LAN 6.8 QUE ZON 14 .5 NARR A 1.7 CA G A Y A N C ILL O RIZ A L S O FR O NIO E S P A Ñ O LA 12 .4 5.4 9.1 B RO O K E S P O IN T 18 .1 BATARAZA 11 .4 BA LABAC 7.1 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)210
  11. 11. Table 1. Health and Nutrition Indicators, by Barangay, Province of Palawan, 2005 M u n i c ip a l i ty Barangay Nu m be r o f M a l n o u ri sh e d C h i l d d e a th s Nu m be r o f W om e n de a th s ch ildren ch ildren ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ch ildren d u e to ( 0-5 ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ( 0-1 ye a r o l d ) p r e g n a n c y -r e l a t e d ye a rs o l d ) causes M a g ni t u de P ropor t ion M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o n M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o nABOR LAN Apo-Aporawan 93 6 6.5 0 0.0 17 0 0.0 Apoc-apoc 175 24 13.7 1 1.0 0 0 0.0 Aporawan 475 49 10.3 2 0.7 77 1 1.3 Barake 125 7 5.6 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 Cabigaan 245 14 5.7 0 0.0 25 0 0.0 Culandanum(a) 176 7 4.0 0 0.0 22 0 0.0 Gogognan 91 22 24.2 0 0.0 23 0 0.0 Iraan 197 3 1.5 0 0.0 19 0 0.0 Isaub 237 8 3.4 0 0.0 36 0 0.0 Jose Rizal 186 11 5.9 0 0.0 24 0 0.0 Mabini 108 2 1.9 0 0.0 22 0 0.0 Magbabadil 175 17 9.7 0 0.0 30 0 0.0 Plaridel 384 18 4.7 5 2.0 59 0 0.0 Poblacion(Aborlan) 302 2 0.7 0 0.0 38 0 0.0 Ramon Magsaysay 369 19 5.1 0 0.0 53 0 0.0 Sagpangan 212 10 4.7 0 0.0 27 0 0.0 San Juan 367 22 6.0 0 0.0 76 0 0.0 Tagpait 118 23 19.5 0 0.0 21 0 0.0 Tigman 235 25 10.6 0 0.0 33 0 0.0A G U TAYA Abagat (Pob) 38 21 55.3 0 0.0 9 0 0.0 Algeciras 541 56 10.4 0 0.0 98 1 1.0 Bangcal (Pob) 38 5 13.2 0 0.0 10 0 0.0 Cambian (Pob) 49 18 36.7 0 0.0 7 0 0.0 Concepcion(a) 481 44 9.1 1 0.3 75 0 0.0 Diit 114 45 39.5 8 9.4 20 0 0.0 Maracanao 30 14 46.7 0 0.0 4 0 0.0 Matarawis 37 8 21.6 0 0.0 8 0 0.0 Villafria 81 13 16.0 0 0.0 13 0 0.0 Villasol 92 48 52.2 0 0.0 15 0 0.0BALAB AC Agutayan 84 29 34.5 0 0.0 14 0 0.0 Bancalaan 1396 54 3.9 0 0.0 247 0 0.0 Catagupan 237 44 18.6 0 0.0 40 0 0.0 Indalawan 159 22 13.8 0 0.0 29 0 0.0 Malaking Ilog 101 0 0.0 0 0.0 7 0 0.0 Mangsee 1263 80 6.3 0 0.0 303 0 0.0 Melville 123 0 0.0 0 0.0 24 0 0.0 Pandanan 137 2 1.5 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 Pasig 45 1 2.2 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Poblacion I 12 2 16.7 0 0.0 1 0 0.0 Poblacion II 47 4 8.5 0 0.0 2 0 0.0 Poblacion III 45 1 2.2 0 0.0 10 0 0.0 Poblacion IV 61 2 3.3 0 0.0 53 0 0.0 Poblacion V 84 7 8.3 0 0.0 13 0 0.0 Poblacion VI 149 15 10.1 0 0.0 34 0 0.0 Rabor 38 0 0.0 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Ramos 188 12 6.4 0 0.0 40 0 0.0 Salang 428 55 12.9 0 0.0 74 0 0.0 Sebaring 79 0 0.0 0 0.0 8 0 0.0B A T AR A Z A Bono-bono 178 0 0.0 0 0.0 31 0 0.0 Bulalacao 96 0 0.0 0 0.0 24 0 0.0 Culandanum(b) 270 263 97.4 0 0.0 36 0 0.0 Igang-igang 120 2 1.7 0 0.0 22 0 0.0 Inogbong 211 0 0.0 0 0.0 29 0 0.0 Iwahig(b) 369 20 5.4 0 0.0 58 0 0.0 Malihud 304 15 4.9 0 0.0 42 0 0.0 Malitub 84 8 9.5 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 Marangas (Pob) 782 0 0.0 0 0.0 178 0 0.0 Ocayan 203 13 6.4 0 0.0 50 0 0.0 Puring 166 38 22.9 0 0.0 28 0 0.0 Rio Tuba 798 8 1.0 0 0.0 141 0 0.0 Sandoval 342 36 10.5 0 0.0 58 0 0.0 Sapa 206 4 1.9 0 0.0 29 0 0.0 Sarong 257 0 0.0 0 0.0 33 0 0.0 Sumbiling 308 12 3.9 0 0.0 49 0 0.0 Tabud 118 16 13.6 0 0.0 13 0 0.0 Tagnato 92 0 0.0 0 0.0 11 0 0.0 Tagolango 45 2 4.4 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Taratak 167 25 15.0 0 0.0 30 0 0.0 Tarusan 492 176 35.8 0 0.0 62 0 0.0 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2) 211
  12. 12. Table 1. Health and Nutrition Indicators, by Barangay, Province of Palawan, 2005 M u n i c ip a l i ty Barangay Nu m be r o f M a l n o u ri sh e d C h i l d d e a th s Nu m be r o f W om e n de a th s ch ildren ch ildren ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ch ildren d u e to ( 0-5 ( 0-5 ye a rs o l d ) ( 0-1 ye a r o l d ) p r e g n a n c y -r e l a t e d ye a rs o l d ) causes M a g ni t u de P ropor t ion M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o n M a g ni t u de P r o p or t i o n B R OO K E ’ S P OI NT Amas 356 47 13.2 0 0.0 66 0 0.0 Aribungos 783 95 12.1 0 0.0 127 1 0.8 Barong-barong 512 17 3.3 0 0.0 69 0 0.0 Calasaguen 324 27 8.3 0 0.0 52 0 0.0 Imulnod 353 61 17.3 0 0.0 54 0 0.0 Ipilan 872 94 10.8 0 0.0 108 0 0.0 Maasin 487 25 5.1 0 0.0 68 0 0.0 Mainit 502 94 18.7 0 0.0 78 1 1.3 Malis 364 80 22.0 0 0.0 68 1 1.4 Mambalot 407 34 8.4 0 0.0 63 0 0.0 Oring-oring 252 52 20.6 0 0.0 46 0 0.0 Pangobilian 1095 118 10.8 0 0.0 217 0 0.0 Poblacion I 574 94 16.4 0 0.0 106 0 0.0 Poblacion II 378 39 10.3 0 0.0 61 0 0.0 Salogon 479 245 51.1 0 0.0 95 18 15.9 Samareñana 497 87 17.5 0 0.0 95 0 0.0 Saraza 574 406 70.7 0 0.0 60 2 3.2 Tubtub 233 19 8.2 0 0.0 29 1 3.3 BUSUANGA Bogtong 140 11 7.9 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 Buluang 345 69 20.0 1 0.5 57 0 0.0 Cheey 87 13 14.9 1 1.8 17 0 0.0 Concepcion 208 4 1.9 0 0.0 36 0 0.0 Maglalambay 227 37 16.3 0 0.0 34 0 0.0 New Busuanga 197 17 8.6 0 0.0 14 0 0.0 New Quezon 131 11 8.4 0 0.0 20 0 0.0 Old Busuanga 85 11 12.9 1 1.8 13 0 0.0 Panlaitan 452 19 4.2 2 0.7 70 0 0.0 Sagrada 158 23 14.6 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 Salvacion (Pob) 298 6 2.0 0 0.0 36 0 0.0 San Isidro 109 14 12.8 0 0.0 19 0 0.0 San Rafael 65 13 20.0 0 0.0 13 0 0.0 Santo Niño 151 1 0.7 0 0.0 19 0 0.0 C A GAYA NC I L L O Bantayan (Pob) 47 0 0.0 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Calsada (Pob) 24 1 4.2 0 0.0 7 0 0.0 Convento (Pob) 28 4 14.3 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Lipot North (Pob) 26 1 3.8 0 0.0 5 0 0.0 Lipot South (Pob) 17 1 5.9 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Magsaysay© 132 16 12.1 0 0.0 35 0 0.0 Mampio 146 11 7.5 1 1.3 14 0 0.0 Nusa 58 0 0.0 0 0.0 7 0 0.0 Santa Cruz 117 24 20.5 0 0.0 27 0 0.0 Tacas (Pob) 32 4 12.5 0 0.0 6 0 0.0 Talaga 168 10 6.0 0 0.0 15 0 0.0 Wahig (Pob) 28 3 10.7 0 0.0 1 0 0.0 C OR O N Banuang Daan 121 2 1.7 0 0.0 35 0 0.0 Barangay IV (Pob) 36 3 8.3 0 0.0 9 0 0.0 Borac 54 8 14.8 1 2.3 17 0 0.0 Buenavista 156 13 8.3 0 0.0 47 0 0.0 Cabugao 82 1 1.2 0 0.0 21 0 0.0 Guadalupe 244 23 9.4 0 0.0 41 0 0.0 Malawig 115 8 7.0 0 0.0 38 0 0.0 Marcilla 143 11 7.7 0 0.0 33 0 0.0 Tagumpay 498 1 0.2 0 0.0 101 0 0.0 Tara 136 7 5.1 0 0.0 34 0 0.0 CULION Balala 70 0 0.0 0 0.0 65 0 0.0 Baldat 70 8 11.4 0 0.0 8 0 0.0 Binudac 241 22 9.1 0 0.0 37 2 1.3 Burabod 98 8 8.2 0 0.0 14 0 0.0 Culango 25 3 12.0 0 0.0 4 0 0.0 Galoc 209 6 2.9 0 0.0 165 0 0.0 Halsey 103 26 25.2 0 0.0 18 0 0.0 Jardin 118 9 7.6 0 0.0 35 0 0.0 Libis 184 18 9.8 0 0.0 124 0 0.0 Luac 266 11 4.1 0 0.0 91 0 0.0 Malaking Patag 217 20 9.2 0 0.0 49 0 0.0 Osmeña 693 73 10.5 0 0.0 103 0 0.0 Tiza 99 0 0.0 0 0.0 8 0 0.0 The Many Faces of Poverty (Volume 2)212

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