Oriental Mindoro , Mindoro , Province of Oriental Mindoro, Official Website of Oriental Mindoro

Social Development Profile

A.      LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

1.    Comparative Labor Force Participation Rates, Employment and Unemployment Rates, MIMAROPA

Labor and Employment

2010

2011

2012

Labor Force Participation Rate

 

 

 

Employment Rate

95.6

96.1

95.9

Unemployment Rate

4.4

3.9

4.1

Underemployment Rate

23.6

21.6

22.7

2.   Comparative Employment Status of Household Population 15 years old and over,

MIMAROPA (in thousands)

Labor and Employment

2008

2009

2010

Total in the labor force

1,182

1,243

1,260

Total Employed

1,133

1,188

1,204

Total Unemployed

50

55

56

                Note:  Details may not add up to total due to rounding

Source:  http://bles.dole.gov.ph/PUBLICATIONS

B.      POVERTY AND INCOME

1.    Municipal level small area estimates of poverty incidence, 2003 and 2009

Municipality

Poverty Incidence

2003

2009

Baco

51.72

44.5

Bansud

52.35

39.0

Bongabong

49.36

35.8

Bulalacao

74.70

51.5

Calapan City

17.84

23.0

 Gloria

47.18

35.5

Mansalay

68.38

41.8

Naujan

39.09

38.4

Pinamalayan

36.53

31.7

Pola

55.63

37.9

 Puerto Galera

25.64

23.9

Roxas

40.35

29.7

 San Teodoro

49.31

33.6

 Socorro

41.75

36.8

 Victoria

32.20

35.2

Source: National Statistical Coordination Board -World Bank Estimation of Local Poverty in the Philippines

2.  The 13+1 Dimensions of Poverty, Oriental Mindoro, 2008

Source:  Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Survey, 2008

3.  Annual Per Capita Poverty Threshold, Poverty Incidence, Magnitude of Poor Families and Population by Province, MIMAROPA

Region/Province

 

Annual PerCapita Poverty Threshold (in Php)

Poverty Incidence

(%)

Magnitude of Poor Families

Magnitude

of Poor Population

Families

Population

(No.)

(No.)

Region IV - B

15,769

27.6

35.0

162,610

980,542

Occidental Mindoro

16,169

25.4

36.3

23,551

160,562

Oriental Mindoro

16,480

26.0

32.8

45,876

279,343

Marinduque

15,911

28.6

34.9

15,853

88,406

Romblon

16,877

43.0

54.0

31,285

178,583

Palawan

14,038

24.0

29.5

46,045

273,648

Source:  National Statistical Coordination Board, 2009

4.  Annual Per Capita Food Threshold, Poverty Incidence, Magnitude of Poor Families and Populationby Province, MIMAROPA

Region/Province

 

Annual PerCapita Food Threshold

 

(in Php)

Subsistence Incidence (%)

Magnitude of Subsistence Families

Magnitude of Subsistence Population

Families

Population

(No.)

(No.)

Region IV - B

10,978

10.5

14.8

62,151

413,876

Occidental Mindoro*

11,348

9.1

14.8

8,482

65,405

Oriental Mindoro*

11,546

9.2

13.3

16,300

112,831

Marinduque*

11,113

10.5

14.6

5,793

37,012

Romblon

11,680

16.5

22.9

11,987

75,878

Palawan*

9,784

10.2

13.2

19,589

122,749

                        *Coefficient of Variation (CV) of 2009 subsistence incidence is greater than 20%

Source:  National Statistical Coordination Board, 2009

5.  Average Family Income , Expenditures and Savings of Families, MIMAROPA: 2009

Income

-

PhP141,000

Expenditures

-

121,000

Savings

-

21,000

Source:  National Statistics Office, 2009 Family Income and Expenditure Survey

C.      HEALTH

1.    Number and Rate of Births, Total Deaths, Infant and Maternal Deaths

INDICATORS

2010

2011

2012

No.

Rate

No.

Rate

No.

Rate

Births

16,615

18.8

16,610

19.7

17,166

19.9

Total Deaths

3,192

3.6

3,032

3.6

3,360

3.91

Infant Deaths

139

8.3

137

8.3

143

8.3

Maternal Deaths

7

0.42

6

0.36

5

0.29

Source:  Annual Field Health Service Insurance System (FHSIS), 2012

2.   Access to Health Services

INDICATORS

2009

2010

2011

Proportion of children 0-5 years old who are below normal weight for their age

12.6

10.2

9.6

Proportion of children 0-5 years old who died of illness

0.17

0.22

 0.13

Proportion of women who died due to pregnancy

0.53

0.42

 0.36

Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel

a.       MD/PHN/Midwives

b.       Hilot/Trained Birth Attendants

c.       Others

 

 

64.08

34.34

1.57

 

 

69.88

27.76

2.36

 

 

66.62

31.39

1.98

 

3.     Morbidity: Leading Causes, Number and Rate per 100,000 Population Five Year Average (2007-2011) , 2012

CAUSES

2012

5 Yr. Average

No.

Ratio

No.

Ratio

1.  AURI (Acute Upper Respiratory Infection)

22,006

2,560.03

23,999

2,791.88

2.  UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)

2,432

282.92

2,235

260.00

3.  Hypertension

2,394

278.50

1,949

226.73

4.  Bronchitis

2,154

250.58

2,951

343.30

5.  Pneumonia

2,104

244.77

2,668

310.38

6.  PTB (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)

2,049

238.37

1,794

208.70

7.  Diarrhea

1,785

207.65

1,321

153.68

8.  Bronchial Asthma

1,762

204.98

1,120

130.29

9.  Skin Problem

1,293

150.42

2,074

241.28

10.  Influenza

1,290

150.07

1,214

141.23

4.  Infant Morbidity: Leading Causes, Number and Rate per 100,000 Population Five Year Average (2007-2011) , 2012

CAUSES

2012

5 Yr. Average

No.

Ratio

No.

Ratio

1.  AURI

2,886

335.74

2,280

265.24

2.  Pneumonia

481

55.96

394

45.84

3.  Bronchitis

471

54.79

572

66.54

4.  Diarrhea

380

44.21

287

33.39

5.  Rhinitis

224

26.06

121

14.08

6.  Skin Problem

183

21.29

91

10.59

7.  Bronchial Asthma

87

10.12

98

11.40

8.  UTI

33

3.84

28

3.26

9.  Allergy

28

3.26

23

2.68

10. Wound

24

2.79

21

2.44

    Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

5.  Mortality: Leading Causes, Number and Rate per  100,000 Population Five Year Average (2007-2011) , 2012

CAUSES

2012

5 Yr. Average

No.

Ratio

No.

Ratio

1.  Diseases of the Heart

283

32.92

322

37.46

2.  Pneumonia

234

27.22

224

26.06

3.  Chronic Debilitating Illness

206

23.96

160

18.61

4.  Cardio Vascular Accident

206

23.96

207

24.08

5.  Status of Asthma

171

19.89

161

18.73

6.  Hypertension

164

19.08

161

18.73

7.  PTB (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)

149

17.33

119

13.84

8.  Cancer

143

16.64

237

27.57

9.  COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

97

11.28

140

16.29

10.  Accident all forms

96

11.17

97

11.28

           Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

6.  Infant Mortality per 100,000 Population  Five Year Average (2007-2011) ,  2012

CAUSES

2012

5 Yr. Average

No.

Rate

No.

Rate

1.  Pneumonia

17

1.98

20

2.33

2.  Prematurity

15

1.74

24

2.79

3.  Diseases of the Heart

9

1.05

8

0.93

4.  Cardio Respiratory Arrest

8

0.93

2

0.23

5.  Sepsis Neonatorum

6

0.70

2

0.23

6.  Asphyxia

5

0.58

7

0.81

7.  Septicemia

4

0.47

19

2.21

8.  Meningioma

4

0.47

0

0

9.  Acute Gastroenteritis

3

0.35

2

0.23

10.  Acute Upper Respiratory Infection

3

0.35

2

0.23

      Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

7.   Maternal Deaths per 100,000 Population, 2012

CAUSES

NO.

RATE

1.  Uterine Prolapse

1

0.12

2.  Post Partum Complication

3

0.35

3.  Cardio Respiratory Arrest

1

0.12

       Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

8.   Nutritional Status

Age Group

Number of Preschoolers Weighed by Nutritional Status and Sex

Normal

Underweight

Severely Underweight

Overweight

Boys

Girls

Total

Boys

Girls

Total

Boys

Girls

Total

Boys

Girls

Total

0-5 mos.

3,410

3,283

6,693

107

98

205

27

38

65

42

24

66

6-11 mos.

4,093

3,809

7,902

216

151

367

71

57

128

22

17

39

12-23 mos.

7,690

7,354

15,044

617

521

1,138

143

115

258

41

32

73

24-35 mos.

7,811

7,532

15,343

733

660

1,393

176

161

337

20

29

49

36-47 mos

7,904

7,522

15,426

730

730

1,460

141

142

283

38

26

64

48-59 mos.

7,760

7,392

15,152

675

732

1,407

133

102

235

22

31

53

60-71 mos.

7,121

6,679

13,800

719

615

1,334

113

135

248

28

24

52

Total

45,789

43,571

89,360

3,797

3,507

7,304

804

750

1,554

213

183

396

% Weighed

   

90.62

   

7.41

   

1.58

     

                        Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

9.  Health Facilities and Personnel

Facilities

Number

Practitioners (government)

Number

Private Hospitals

19

Physicians

38

Government Owned Hospitals

8

Nurses

62

Private Clinics

46

Nutritionist

1

Rural Health Units

17

Medical Technologist

16

City Health Office

1

Dental Aides

-

Barangay Health Station

224

Dentists

17

Malaria Control Service

1

Midwives

128

Schistosomiasis Control Team Office

1

Active BHWs

3,761

Botikang Barangay

356

Engineers/Sanitary Inspectors

22

Botikang Lalawigan

1

 

 

Botikang Bayan

1

 

 

                        Source: Provincial Health Office Annual Report, 2012

D.     EDUCATION

1.    Facilities (SY2012-2013)

Facilities

Province

Calapan City

Educational Districts

18

3

Public Elementary Schools

418

49

National High Schools

79

8

Private Elementary Schools

47

13

Private Secondary Schools

35

4

Public Pre- Elementary Schools

408

48

Private Pre-Elementary Schools

53

16

Govn't Owned Tertiary (Vocational/Technical and Colleges)

1

1

2.      Enrollment in Government and Private Schools By Level of Education (Prov'l and City)                                                                                       

Educational Level

SY 2012-2013

Public

Private

Pre-Elementary

18,191

1,835

Elementary

126,510

6,194

Secondary

53,093

14,560

3.  Performance Indicators in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools, 2012-2013

Performance Indicators

Province

Calapan City

Public Elementary Schools

Public Secondary Schools

Public Elementary Schools

Public Secondary Schools

Participation Rate

85.71

57.21

92.26

78.81

Cohort Survival Rate

76.25

80.43

81.05

78.15

School Leavers  Rate

5.78

7.14

4.40

7.89

Graduation Rate

96.25

96.77

99.30

91.93

Completion Rate

73.59

78.28

80.88

73.09

                     Source: Department of Education-Basic Education Information System, SY 2012-2013 (Provincial & City Division)

1. Social Welfare Services

City/Municipality

No. of Social Worker

No. of Day Care Worker

No. of Day Care Centers

No. of Children Served

No. of Registered Senior Citizens

Baco

3

31

31

810

1,927

Bansud

1

49

49

1,155

1,740

Bongabong

2

33

33

825

 

Bulalacao

0

46

46

1,195

1,050

Calapan City

8

68

68

2,772

9,185

Gloria

1

33

33

1,319

 

Mansalay

0

53

53

1,325

 

Naujan

2

82

82

2,050

 

Pinamalayan

1

56

56

1,000

6,000

Pola

1

31

31

892

1,914

Puerto Galera

2

18

18

615

3,000

Roxas

1

44

44

1,903

 

San Teodoro

2

11

11

438

 

Socorro

0

41

41

1,236

1,700

Victoria

1

38

38

1,093

4,648

PGOM-PSWDO

7

 

1

 

 

Oriental Mindoro

32

634

635

18,628

31,164

Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office, 2012

F.               PROTECTIVE SERVICES

1.    Crime Statistics and Protective Facilities

 

No.

 

No.

a. Crime Statistics

 

c. Crime Against Property

 

     Crime Volume

534

     Robbery

39

     Crime Solved

270

     Theft

19

     Crime Unsolved

220

 

 

     Crime Solution Efficiency

50.56%

 d.  Facilities

 

    Ave. Monthly Crime Rate (AMCR)

6.2

     Building

20

 

 

     Serviceable Vehicles

 

b. Crime Against Person

234

Truck

1

     Murder

87

Patrol Jeep

17

     Homicide

9

Patrol Cars

5

     Physical Injuries

102

Motorcycles

6

     Rape

36

     Speed Boat

1

Source: Philippine National Police, 2012

2. Fire Prevention

City/Municipality

No. of Fire Stations

No. of Fire Trucks

No. ofFire Personnel

BFP

LGU

NGO

OPFM*

 

 

 

 

10

Baco

0

0

1

 

1

Bansud

1

1

 

 

7

Bongabong

1

1

 

 

8

Bulalacao

0

0

1

 

1

Calapan City

1

2

3

2

12

 Gloria

1

1

 

 

8

Mansalay

0

0

1

 

1

Naujan

1

1

1

 

6

Pinamalayan

1

1

1

 

9

Pola

1

1

 

 

5

 Puerto Galera

1

1

1

 

6

Roxas

1

1

 

 

8

 San Teodoro

0

0

 

 

1

 Socorro

0

0

1

 

2

 Victoria

1

1

 

 

6

TOTAL

10

11

10

2

91

                                * OPFM - Office of the Provincial Fire Marshal

                                Source: Bureau of Fire Protection, 2012