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OF POPULATIONAND HOUSING
National Statistics OfficeRepublic of the Philippines
REPORT NO. 1-Q
CITATION: National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing Report No. 1-Q CARAGA Population by Province, City/Municipality, and Barangay April 2012 ISSN 0117-1453
2010 Census of Population and Housing
Report No. 1 Q Population by Province, City/Municipality, and Barangay
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
NATIONAL STATISTICAL COORDINATION BOARD
Honorable Cayetano W. Paderanga Jr. Chairperson
NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE
Carmelita N. Ericta Administrator
Paula Monina G. Collado
Socorro D. Abejo Director III, Household Statistics Department
The 2010 Census of Population and Housing (2010 CPH) Report No. 1 is one of several publications designed to disseminate the results of the 2010 CPH. This report presents the population by province, city or municipality and barangay based on the 2010 CPH. This information will be useful for the formulation of the social and economic development policies, plans and programs of the Government. These are also important for purposes of the calculation of Internal Revenue Allocation, determination of number of congressional districts, and creation or conversion of various administrative geographic units.
The 2010 CPH is the 13th census of population and the 6th census of housing that was conducted in the country since the first census undertaken in 1903. It was designed to take an inventory of the total population and housing units in the country and collect information about their characteristics as of the reference period May 1, 2010.
The 2010 CPH data were gathered through house-to-house visit and interview of
a responsible member of every household visited. The data processing of the results of the 2010 CPH utilized a combination of Optical Mark Reader (OMR) technology and data encoding. The 2010 CPH results on population counts underwent careful evaluation for reasonableness and consistency with expected demographic patterns and trends in accordance with evaluation procedures of international standards. Unusual changes and deviations of 2010 CPH population counts and related indicators from expected patterns and trends were field-verified.
The successful completion of the 2010 CPH would not have been possible
without the unwavering support and services rendered by the local and national officials, government and private agencies, media, and non-government organizations. We acknowledge with gratitude the census coordinating boards at the national, regional, provincial, city, and municipal levels in ensuring agency logistic support and assistance, the dedication of teachers from the Department of Education, the hired census personnel, and our very own NSO personnel who acted as census enumerators and supervisors, and the cooperation of the general populace. The NSO extends its deep appreciation of their support to this important undertaking.
CARMELITA N. ERICTA Administrator
Manila, Philippines April 2012
2010 Census of Population and Housing Contents
Foreword v Proclamation vii
Explanatory Note xi Introduction xi
Content and Coverage of this Report xi Authority to Conduct the 2010 CPH xi
Coordination for the 2010 CPH xii Definition of Terms and Concepts xiii
Method of Enumeration xviii Sampling Scheme xx
Map of Region XIII CARAGA xxi Highlights of the Philippine Population xxiii
Highlights of Region XIII CARAGA Population xxvi
Summary Table: A. Population and Annual Growth Rates for the Philippines and Its Regions, Provinces,
and Highly Urbanized Cities Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses xxix B. Population and Annual Growth Rates by Province, City, and Municipality
Region XIII CARAGA xxxii C. Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average
Household Size by Region, Province, and Highly Urbanized City: Philippines, 2010 xxxiv
Total Population, Household Population, and Number of Households by Barangay:
Agusan del Norte (excluding Butuan City) 1 Butuan City 6
Agusan del Sur 9 Dinagat Islands 18
Surigao del Norte 21 Surigao del Sur 31
Appendices A Commonwealth Act No. 591 An Act Creating a Bureau of the Census and Statistics to Consolidate Statistical Activities of the Government Therein 43 B Batas Pambansa Blg 72 An Act Providing for the Taking of an Integrated Census Every Ten Years Beginning in the Year Nineteen Hundred and Eighty and for Other Purposes 46 C Executive Order No. 121 Reorganizing and Strengthening the Philippine
Statistical System (PSS) and for Other Purposes 49 D Trainings and Fieldwork for the Conduct of 2010 CPH 58 E Evaluation of Population Counts from the 2010 CPH 61 F List of Report No. 1 Population by Province, City, Municipality, and
EXPLANATORY NOTE Introduction The National Statistics Office conducted the 2010 Census of Population and Housing or 2010 CPH in May 2010. This is the 13th census of population and the 6th census of housing undertaken in the country. Like the previous censuses conducted by the office, the 2010 CPH is designed to take an inventory of the total population and housing units in the Philippines and to collect information about their characteristics. Content and Coverage of this Report
In this report, the population counts by province, city/municipality and barangay
are presented. These population counts were declared official for all purposes by His Excellency President Benigno S. Aquino III under Proclamation No. 362 dated March 30, 2012.
Authority to Conduct the 2010 CPH Commonwealth Act (CA) No. 591, approved on August 19, 1940, authorized the
then Bureau of the Census and Statistics (now the National Statistics Office or NSO) to collect by enumeration, sampling or other methods, statistics and other information concerning the population and to conduct, for statistical purposes, investigations and studies of social and economic conditions in the country, among others (Section 2 of CA No. 591).
Batas Pambansa Blg. 72, approved on June 11, 1980, further accorded the NSO
the authority to conduct population censuses every ten years beginning in 1980, without prejudice to the undertaking of special censuses on agriculture, industry, commerce, housing, and other sectors as may be approved by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
Executive Order (EO) No. 121, otherwise known as the Reorganization Act of the
Philippine Statistical System, which was issued on January 30, 1987, declared that the NSO shall be the major statistical agency responsible for generating general purpose statistics and for undertaking such censuses and surveys as may be designated by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) (Section 9 of EO No. 121).
Presidential Proclamation No. 2028 Declaring May 2010 as National Census
Month enjoined all departments and other government agencies, including government-owned and controlled corporations, as well as LGUs, to implement and
Explanatory Note 2010 Census of Population and Housing
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execute the operational plans, directives, and orders of the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB), through the NSO, relative to this Proclamation. Coordination for the 2010 CPH
Batas Pambansa Blg. 72 provides that the National Census Coordinating Board
(NCCB) at the national level, and local boards at the regional, provincial, city, and municipal levels shall be created to ensure the successful conduct of the census. For the 2010 CPH, the NSCB was designated as the NCCB pursuant to NSCBs mandated function specified in Executive Order No. 121 to establish appropriate mechanisms for statistical coordination at the different geographic levels.
The Director General of NEDA was the Chairperson of the NCCB, and the
Secretaries from other Departments were the Members. The NSO Administrator, who served as the Executive Officer of the NCCB, was mandated to formulate and execute plans for the 2010 CPH.
In the field, the NSO Regional Director (RD) was the Executive Officer of the
Regional Census Coordinating Board (RCCB). He/she was responsible for the coordination, monitoring, and supervision of the census operations in all provinces within the region. The RCCB was chaired by the Regional Director of the NEDA. The Regional Director of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) served as the Vice Chairperson. The members were the heads of the following: Regional Development Council, National Statistics Coordination Board, Department of Agrarian Reform, Department of Agriculture, Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Finance, Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of Justice, Department of Labor and Employment, Department of National Defense, Department of Public Works and Highways, Department of Social Welfare and Development, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Transportation and Communications, Department of Tou