Population Size, Growth and Density

Censual Year Population Size Growth Rate Population Density
1990 16,775 -0.96 1.97
1995 18,107 1.54 1.05
2000 20,142 2.15 1.17

The annual growth rate for the year 2000 is 2.15%, with this growth rate, the municipal and barangay population for 2002 were projected. The participation rate of each barangay in year 2000 was used to project each barangay population up to year 2007.

Minimum Wage Rate

Sector Rate Effective 2003 Rate Effective 2004
Non Agriculture 182.00 190.00
Agriculture 170.00 178.00
Retail / Services    
A. Employing morethan 10 174 182
B. Employing less than 10 147 155

Agriculture

Farming is the major source of livelihood in the municipality in terms of area cultivated, the most common crops produced are palay and corn.

Palay and Corn Production

  Production
Type of Crop 2005 (MT) Area (ha) 2006 (MT) Area (ha) 2007 (MT) Area (ha)
             
Palay            
* irrigated 13,280 1,660 1,674.80 2,205 19,845 2,205
* rainfed 1,141.25 2,105 5,725.25 2,125 6,754 2,257
             
Corn 1,750 350 450 3,900 3,900 650

Sufficiency Level: 2007

Crop/Commodity Sufficiency Level
Rice  1.32
Corn  1.31
Vegetables  94.44
Roots and Tubers  95.20
Fruits  1.31

 

Support Facilities

Type of Facility Classification (Unit) Capacity (bags)
Private NFA Owned
Warehouse 2 0 1000-1200
Ricemill 25 0 500-900
Cornmill 0 0 0

Comparative Fishery Production (Metric Ton)

Sector 2005 2006 2007
Aquaculture 104 99.44 97.5
Commercial 2,040 95.10 1,632
Municipal 1,040 91.06 838
Total 3,184 275.60

2,467.5

 

Fishing Operation (2007)

Nature Area No. Of Unit(s)
Area Developed for Aquaculture    
* Freshwater 5.5 43
* Brakishwater 7.5 45
* Other aquaculture activities 2.0 2
Number of Fishpond Operators    
* Freshwater 5.5 43
* Brakishwater 7.5 45
Number of Fish Cage Operators    
* Freshwater 0 0
* Brakishwater 100 sq. m 1
Are Used for Fish Caging    
* Freshwater 0 0
* Brakishwater 0 0
Municipal Fisheries    
* Number of Fisherfolks 15 km 1,200
* Number of Fishing Bancas 15 km 154
* Motorized 15 km 52
* Non-Motorized 15 km 102
Number of Operators 15 154

 

Inventory of Livestock

Livestock/Poultry 2005 2006 2007
Catlle      
* backyard 750 721 699
* commercial 175 171 180
Carabao      
* backyard 1,505 1,332 1,296
* commercial 0 0 0
Swine      
* backyard 2,000 2,300 2,012
* commercial 205 250 310
Goat      
* backyard 800 903 1,012
* commercial 50 120 200
Duck      
* backyard 1,050 1,557 2,236
* commercial 10,000 13,000 17,472
Chicken      
* backyard/native 34,800 36,020 38,196
* layer 500 100 250
* broiler 10,000 10,000  

Value of Investment and Exports

Type of Activity Investment in Millions Export in Millions
2006 2007 2006 2007
Wood Processing 0 0 0 0
Gifts and Housewares 0 0 0 0
Agri-production & food Processing 0 0 0 0
Others 0 0 0 0

 

Socio Economic Setting

Income Classification: 4th Class

 Income and Expenditure

Revenue 2007

IRA – 32,973,181.00

Local Sources – 2,719,138.00              

TOTAL: 35,692,319.00

Expenditures (Actual 2007)

Governance – 11,900,097.34

Administration – 10,182,763.35

Economic – 3,528,038.95

Environmental Management – 8,418,841.00

Calamity Fund – 1,497,393.00

TOTAL: 35,527,133.64

Literacy Rate (2005)

Classification Male Female
Simple Literacy 94.07% 95.5%
Functional Literacy 72.10% 79.4%

Inventory of Public and Private Schools

Level Type School Year (2008-2009)
Pre-School Public 18
Elementary Public 16
Secondary Public 3
  Private 1

 

Number of Health Centers/Stations

Health Centers/Station Number
Rural Health Unit 1
Brgy. Health Stations 18

Support Facilities / Utilities

Roads

National, Provincial and Municipal road arteries are relatively good to provide mobility and easy access within the municipality.

Power 

The National Power Corporation provides electricity to the municipality, supplied by generating plants with 40 and 15 megawatts capacity. Power is distributed province wide through transmission lines by CAGELCO I and II.

Communication

Mobile Telephone Service

Name of Operator Location of Cell Sites
Smart Centro
Globe Centro, Sta. Cruz, Casitan

 

Television Broadcast

One CATV is operating in the Municipality making ABS-0CBN and GMA Network live telecast available to households. Dream satellites are also available to few who can afford the installation cost.

FM and AM Stations

FM STATION FREQUENCY Power LOCATION
DWCN 91.1 Mhz 10kw Tuguegarao City
DWIC 93.3 Mhz 7kw Tuguegarao City
RJ FM 96.5 Mhz 10kw Tuguegarao City
DWXY 100.5 Mhz 5kw Tuguegarao City
DWWQ 89.3 Mhz 10kw Tuguegarao City
DWWW 102.1 Mhz 500w Aparri

 

AM STATION FREQUENCY Power LOCATION
DZTG 612 Khz 5k Tuguegarao City
DZYT 765 Khz 5000w Tuguegarao City
DZGR 891 Khz 5k Tuguegarao City
DZRH 576 Khz 5kw Tuguegarao City
DWPE 729 10kw Tuguegarao City

Other Support Facilities

Cooperatives

Operating 6
Non-Operating 4
Total 14

 

Banking and Financing Institutions

Type Number
Cagayan Cooperative Rural Bank 1
Landbank of the Phils. 1

 

List of Registered Business Establishment

Type of Activity Number
Trading 244
Manufacturing 26
Services 16
Agri-based 1

 

List of NGO’s, PO’s, and GO’s accredited by the Sangguniang Bayan  2008

Organization Number
NGO’s 1
PO’s 0
GO’s 26
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