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Empower Equality: Iloilo City Gender and Development Database

 

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Our team of experts reviews and compiles resources from a variety of sources to provide users with the most up-to-date and relevant information on gender and development. Iloilo GAD Database promotes evidence-based of Iloilo Ciy development and supports advocacy initiatives that champion gender equality. We offer a suite of interactive tools and assessments that can help organizations identify their strengths and opportunities for growth in relation to gender equity.

ILOILO CITY GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) DATABASE 2022-2023

Iloilo City, like other LGUs in the Philippines has a Gender and Development (GAD) program that aims to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment within the city. The program is guided by the Philippines government’s GAD mandates, policies, and guidelines, as well as the City’s GAD Code which was enacted in 2016.

Under the Iloilo City GAD program, various initiatives are implemented to address gender issues and concerns in the city. These include gender mainstreaming in all aspects of governance, capacity building and education on gender and development, promoting women’s economic empowerment, eliminating gender-based violence, and ensuring equal access and opportunities for all genders.

One of the notable initiatives under the Iloilo City GAD program is the establishment of the Iloilo City GAD Office in November 14, 2022 thru Executive Order 098 and GAD Focal Point System (GAD FPS). The GAD Office FPS serves as the City’s focal point for GAD concerns and is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the implementation of the City’s GAD initiatives. It also serves as a resource center for  GAD-related information and provides technical assistance to various government agencies, NGOs and other stakeholders in the city.

The Iloilo City Government also conducts gender sensitivity training and capacity-building programs for its employees and stakeholders, the JPT Barangay Economic Empowerment (BEE) Project and JPT Youth Economic Empowerment (YEE) as well as advocacy and awareness-raising campaigns on gender-related issues.

Furthermore, the city government has implemented various programs and services that cater to the specific needs of women, such as the Crisis Intervention Unit (CIU) that assists and processes VAWC cases and referrals to HAVEN, an institution accredited by the DSWD as temporary shelter for and assistance to victims of violence against women and children cases.

Overall, the Iloilo City GAD program reflects the city’s commitment to promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment and ensuring that all members of the community regardless of gender have equal access to opportunities and services.

For reference, the Iloilo City GAD established its GAD DATABASE that is implemented by the City wherein the GAD Database serves as the information management system that collects and stores data on gender issues and concerns at the local level. This is used by the City to identify PPAs, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the City’s GAD programs and projects, and ensure that gender perspectives are integrated into all aspects of its governance.

The ILOILO CITY GAD DATABASE includes information on the gender-disaggregated data on the City’s population, socio-economic status, access to basic services, and participation in decision-making processes. It also includes data on the LGUs programs and projects related to gender equality and women’s empowerment, such as training programs, livelihood projects, and gender-responsive budgeting.

This is an important tool in promoting gender equality and mainstreaming gender perspectives in the City. It helps the City identify gaps and challenges in the implementation of GAD programs and projects and enables the City to make evidence-based decisions to ensure that the policies and programs are responsive to the needs and concerns of all members of the community, regardless of gender.

VISION

A strong and vibrant highly urbanized city adhering to the principles of Gender Equality and model of rights-based and Gender-Responsive Local Governance and pursue its commitment to create a Gender-Fair Society

MISSION

We shall be a leader in the practice of participatory governance that will speed up and sustain growth and development, in order to open up more and better opportunities for all.

We shall constantly be upgrading our standards of education, ethics and transparency in governance. We shall significantly expand and improve our infrastructure, thereby securing a dynamic, safe, peaceful and healthy environment conductive to learning, sports and eco-culture tourism.

We shall move forward while fully dedicated to the preservation and further enrichment of our culture heritage.
To intensely implement GAD-related programs and projects and institutionalize mechanisms toward the advancement of women and other marginalized sectors in Iloilo City.

FUNCTIONS

1. Monitors the implementation of GAD plans, programs and activities from the barangay to the City level.
2. Conduct capacity-building activities for GAD mainstreaming such as Gender Development and Sensitivity orientation, Gender-responsive Planning and Budgeting, Gender Diagnosis of programs, projects, and gender-based information systems.
3. Establish and maintain a gender-responsive knowledge center/databank.
4. Establish GAD Focal Point mechanisms in each Department within the City government and in barangays for better coordination and monitoring.
5. Lead the conduct of advocacy activities and the development of Social Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Advocacy/Activities on GAD.
6. Lead the preparation of the City government’s annual GAD Plan and Budget in response to women and gender issues.
7. Lead the preparation of the annual City GAD Accomplishment Report (GAD AR), GAD Database report, Violence Against Women (VAW Report) in barangays, and other related reports for submission to DILG, PCW, and COA.
8. Mentors’ barangay and department GAD-related Plans and Budget.
9. Provides resource speakers to Departments/Offices, barangay, NGOs, and the private sector for their GAD training.
10. Refers clients to pre-legal assistance and other services.

SERVICE PLEDGE

We pledge to serve the public with inclusion, equality and diversity.
GAD FOCAL POINT SYSTEM (GFPS) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chairperson – Hon. Jerry P. Treñas
C0-Chairperson – Maria Mathilde G. Treñas
MEMBERS:

HON. MARIA IRENE D. ONG – President, Liga ng mga Barangay

ENGR. JINNY C. HERMANO – City Treasurer

YSABELLA P. CAINGLET – Director, Gender and Development
Program/University of the Philippines Visayas

Mary Ann A. Ramos – EA for Gender and Development

MA. TERESA L. GELOGO, RS – City Social Worker

ROGELIO ELUESINDO– Representative, Indigenous People

HON.LEILA G. LUNTAO – President, SK Federation

JOREN F. SARTORIO – City General Services Officer

ELENOR GREGORIO – Representative, Persons with Disabilities

DR. ANABELLE TANG – Acting City Health Officer

PMAJ JUVY E. CORDERO – OIC, Women and Children Protection Desk

MONA LIZA S. DIONES – Representative, Family Planning of the Philippines Chapter Manager, FPOP

MICHELLE O. LOPEZ– City Accountant

GABRIEL FELIX UMADHAY – PESO Manager

SONIA F. CADORNIGARA – Chairperson, Homeless People’s Federation

SECRETARIAT: Three (3) representatives from the City Legal Office as designated by the City Legal Officer

GAD NATIONAL MANDATES & RELATED LAWS

RA 7192 – Women in Development and Nation Building Act (An Act Promoting the Integration of Women as Full and Equal Partners of Men in Development and Nation Building and for Other Purposes)

RA 9710 – The Magna Carta of Women (An Act Providing for the Magna Carta of Women)

RA 7877 – Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995 (An Act Declaring Sexual Harassment Unlawful in the Employment, Education or Training Environment and for Other Purposes)

RA 9208 – Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 (An Act Instituting Policies to Eliminate Trafficking in Persons Especially Women and Children, Establishing the Necessary Institutional Mechanisms for the Protection and Support of Trafficked Persons, Providing Penalties for its Violations, and for Other Purposes)

RA 8353 – Anti-Rape Law of 1997 (An Act Expanding the Definition of the Crime of Rape, Reclassifying the Same as a Crime against Persons, Amending for the Purpose Act No. 3815, as amended, Otherwise known as the Revised Penal Code, and for Other Purposes)

Section 14, Article II of the 1987 Constitution (Recognizing the Role of Women in Nation Building and shall ensure the Fundamental Equality before the Law of Women and Men)

Section 28 of the General Appropriations Act (GAA) (Directing Government Entities to formulate a GAD plan, the Cost of which shall not be less than Five Percent of their Yearly Budget, otherwise known as the GAD Budget)

Executive Order (EO) 273 (Directing all Government Agencies and Local Levels to institutionalize (GAD) efforts in Government by incorporating GAD concerns in their Planning, Programming and Budgeting Process)

Republic Act No. 11313 or The Safe Spaces Act (Bawal Bastos Law)

GAD ILOILO CITY LOCAL MANDATES

1.Executive Order No. 093 Series 2022, “An Executive Order Reconstituting the Iloilo City Gender and Development Focal Point System (Iloilo City GFPS) and Reconstituting the Gender and Development (GAD) Monitoring and Evaluation Team of Iloilo City

2.Executive Order No. 098 Series of 2022, “An Executive Order Providing for a Gender and Development (GAD) Office of the Iloilo City Government in the Iloilo City Hall

3.Executive No. 014 Series of 2023, “An Executive Order Amending Executive Order No. 093, Series of 2022 Reconstituting the Iloilo City Gender and Development Focal Point System (Iloilo City GFPS) and Reconstituting the Gender and Development (GAD) Monitoring and Evaluation Team of Iloilo City

4.SP Ordinance No. 2020-064; An ordinance amending article 1 – Section 1, Section 2, Section 3, Section 4; Article 8 – Section 1, Section 2, Section 3; Article 9 – Sections 1-12; Chapter 2, Article 1, Sections 1-6 of ordinance No. 2006-087; Entitled ‘’An Ordinance providing for Gender and Development revised code of Iloilo City and for other purposes

5.E.O Series of 2021. An Executive Order Reconstituting the Iloilo City Gender and Development Focal Point System ‘’Iloilo City GFPS’’ and creating the GAD Monitoring and Evaluation Team of Iloilo City

6.Other GAD-Related Ordinances and Resolutions Approved by the City Council

7.Millennium Development Goals 2015/Sustainable Development Goals 2030

8.UN Women Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces Initiative

ITEM INDICATORS Remarks YES NO
1 The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW), previously the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW), leads in setting the priority agenda for women’s empowerment and gender equality.
2 The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) ensures that GAD issues and concerns, gender equality and women’s empowerment are mainstreamed.
3 The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) ensures that agencies submit their annual GAD Plan and Budget (GPB) and GAD Accomplishment Report (AR).
4 The Commission on Audit (COA) conducts annual audit on the use of the GAD budget.

ILOILO CITY GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD CODE)

Regulation Ordinance No. 2020 – 064

– An Ordinance amending article 1 – Sec.1, Sec.2, Sec.3, Sec.4; Article 8 Sec -1, Sec.2, Sec.3; Article 9 – Secs. 1-12; Chapter 2, Article – Secs. 1-6 of Ordinance No. 2006-087, Entitled ‘’ An ordinance providing for Gender and Development revised code of Iloilo City and for other purposes.

A. ILOILO CITY DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Total Population: 2020 and 2015(Source: PSA)
Highly Urbanized City Total Population Urban Population Percent Urban
2020 2015 2020 2015 2020 2015
Iloilo City 457,626 447, 992 365, 018 284, 338 79.8 63.5
Population, Land Area, Population Density, and Percent Change in Population Density
Highly Urbanized City Population
2010 2015 2020
Iloilo City 424, 619 447, 992 457, 626
Land Area(sq km) Population Density(person per square km) Percentage Change in Population Density
2010 2015 2020 2010-2015 2010-2020 2015-2020
78.34 5,420 5, 719 5, 842 5.5 7.8 2.2

Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average Household Size

Highly Urbanized City Total Population Household Population Number of Households Average Hould Size
Iloilo City 457, 626 455, 287 104, 313 4.4

Population Growth Rate and Annual Growth rate for Iloilo City on the 2000, 2010, 2015 and 2020 Censuses

Highly Urbanized City Total Population
01-May-00 01-May-10 01-Aug-15 01-May-20
Iloilo City 366, 391 424, 619 447, 992 457, 626
Highly Urbanized City Total Population
01-May-00 01-May-10 01-Aug-15
Iloilo City 366, 391 424, 619 447, 992

Household Population by Age Group and Sex: 2020

Age Group Male Female Total
0-4 22,887 21,825 44,702
5-9 21,952 20, 578 42, 530
10-14 20,643 19,383 40,026
15-19 19,372 18,905 38, 277
20-24 21, 143 21, 206 42, 349
25-29 19,714 19,455 39,169
30-34 17,911 17,062 34, 973
40-44 14,547 13,976 28, 523
45-49 12,033 11,959 23,992
50-54 10,758 11,456 22,214
55-59 9,228 10,355 19, 583
60-64 7,488 9,023 16,511
70-74 3, 226 4, 873 8, 099
75-79 1, 683 3, 123 4, 806
80 and over 1, 558 3, 962 5, 520
TOTAL 225,582 229,705 455,287

Total Population, Household Population, and Number of Households

Province, City, Municipality, and Barangay Total Population Household Population Number of Households
       
City of Iloilo 457,626 455,287 104,313
Sta. Cruz 3813 3813 830
Aguinaldo 1492 1492 329
Airport (Tabucan) 4851 4792 968
Alalasan Lapuz 2829 2829 649
Arguelles 632 631 156
Arsenal Aduana 170 170 46
North Avanceña 605 477 118
Bakhaw 6548 6548 1445
Balabago 10023 10023 2307
Balantang 4762 4762 1070
Baldoza 6149 6127 1451
Sinikway (Bangkerohan Lapuz) 2786 2786 647
Bantud 561 533 141
Banuyao 1358 1358 277
Baybay Tanza 2106 2095 476
Bendecto Jaro 2834 2834 679
Bito-on 6748 6743 1423
Monica Blumentritt 1305 1305 292
Bolilao 5332 5327 1212
Bonifacio (Tanza) 2881 2881 598
Bonifacio (Arevalo) 1994 1994 419
Buhang 3804 3804 978
Buhang Taft North 1834 1820 425
Buntatala 4428 4428 962
Seminario (Burgos Jalandoni) 274 267 88
Caingin 4695 4695 1057
Calahunan 5072 5072 1194
Calaparan 9158 9158 1910
Calumpang 15994 15994 3446
Camalig 1897 1897 450
EI 98 Castilla (Claudio Lopez) 113 95 23
Cochero 689 680 152
Compania 3257 3257 722
Concepcion – Montes 2550 2541 626
Cuartero 2099 2099 437
Cubay 6742 6636 1439
Danao 278 249 72
Mabolo-Delgado 1044 1044 241
Democracia 1452 1452 350
Desamparados 459 459 108
Divinagracia 784 784 167
Don Esteban-Lapuz 3146 3146 745
Dulonan 4616 4616 1018
Dungon 3788 3788 844
Dungon A 1029 1029 232
Dungon B 3004 3002 735
East Baluarte 1800 1800 428
East Timawa 728 728 182
Edganzon 360 360 105
Tanza-Esperanza 1806 1806 443
Fajardo 1205 1185 306
Flores 187 166 61
South Fundidor 3299 3299 762
General Hughes-Montes 1895 1888 457
Gloria 138 131 37
Gustilo 2436 2436 531
Guzman-Jesena 5523 5523 1188
Habog-habog Salvacion 2172 2134 531
Hibao-an Sur 4673 4673 1005
Hinactacan 724 724 190
Hipodromo 629 611 169
Inday 234 234 68
Infante 1631 1620 380
Ingore 4246 4242 964
Jalandoni Estate-Lapuz 1838 1828 433
Jalandoni-Wilson 827 801 184
Delgado-Jalandoni-Bagumbayan 218 218 52
Javellana 329 329 101
Jereos 2511 3506 789
Calubihan 971 971 234
Kasingkasing 2434 2434 562
Katilingban 900 900 182
Kauswagan 386 379 103
Our Lady of Fatima 1503 1454 368
Laguda 291 259 83
Lanit 8601 8601 1979
Lapuz Norte 2550 2550 596
Lapuz Sur 1486 1486 335
Legaspi dela Rama 764 764 180
Liberation 335 335 108
Libertad, Santa Isabel 346 346 101
Libertad-Lapuz 735 709 178
Lopez Jaena (Jaro) 617 612 135
Loboc-Lapuz 2526 2526 573
Lopez Jaena Norte 1849 1849 431
Lopez Jaena Sur 2179 2002 427
Luna (Jaro) 187 177 52
M.V. Hechanova 4155 4147 1017
Burgos-Mabini-Plaza 1802 1758 440
Macarthur 577 566 136
Magdalo 850 819 215
Magsaysay 301 299 97
Magsaysay Village 1194 1168 278
Malipayon-Delgado 752 752 204
Mansaya-Lapuz 3350 3350 835
Marcelo H. Del Pilar 3796 3752 800
Maria Clara 575 574 163
Maria Cristina 663 663 167
Mohon 1279 1279 260
Molo Boulevard 9162 8162 1797
Montinola 769 742 171
Muelle Loney-Montes 1109 1090 250
Nabitasan 3281 3281 764
Navais 4527 4527 955
Nonoy 355 352 111
North Fundidor 2736 2684 656
North Baluarte 4878 4878 1117
North San Jose 1121 1121 267
Oñate de Leon 4873 4873 1118
Obrero-Lapuz 6743 6715 1634
Ortiz 1272 1264 270
Osmeña 90 90 29
Our Lady of Lourdes 2449 2418 623
Rizal Palapala I 1699 1699 336
Rizal Palapala II 2228 2228 504
PHHC Block 17 1777 1777 418
PHHC Block 22 NHA 1377 1377 322
Poblacion Molo 760 760 169
President Roxas 181 157 47
Progreso-Lapuz 2283 2283 545
Punong-Lapuz 1475 1475 352
Quezon 1820 1818 410
Quintin Salas 5253 5253 1197
Rima-Rizal 633 618 131
Rizal Estanzuela 3215 3215 722
Rizal Ibarra 560 560 133
Railway 1277 1264 324
Roxas Village 51 51 13
Sambag 5578 5521 1143
Sampaguita 355 355 103
San Agustin 516 507 120
San Antonio 2356 2356 562
San Felix 1006 1005 238
San Isidro (Jaro) 11728 11707 2810
Hibao-an Norte 2093 2093 498
San Jose (Jaro) 296 296 95
San Jose (Arevalo) 2185 2179 512
San Juan 11449 11449 2703
San Nicolas 1409 1382 307
San Pedro (Molo) 3029 3029 729
San Pedro (Jaro) 1133 1130 264
San Rafael 1813 1813 427
San Roque 1507 1497 351
San Vicente 831 820 210
Santa Filomena 2622 2618 572
Santa Rosa 945 943 262
Santo Domingo 2335 2335 495
Santo Niño Norte 3922 3922 947
Santo Niño Sur 9266 9266 1909
Santo Rosario-Duran 1608 1600 343
Simon Ledesma 2220 2209 579
So-oc 8568 8568 1860
South Baluarte 1477 1477 381
South San Jose 1758 1758 411
Taal 1339 1293 308
Tabuc Suba (Jaro) 10866 10843 2426
Tabucan 2220 2165 545
Tacas 6289 6289 1416
Abeto Mirasol Taft South (Quirino Abeto) 1964 1962 487
Tagbac 5035 5035 1077
Tap-oc 356 356 79
Taytay Zone II 1028 1028 229
Ticud (Lapaz) 3354 3318 780
Timawa Tanza I 413 413 104
Timawa Tanza II 1367 1367 317
Ungka 3045 2455 531
Veterans Village 5373 5371 1269
Villa Anita 1051 1017 248
West Habog-habog 1401 1401 323
West Timawa 2062 2027 469
Yulo-Arroyo 155 155 52
Yulo Drive 3898 3898 962
Zamora-Melliza 2698 2698 626
Pale Benedicto Rizal (Mandurriao) 3030 3030 673
Kahirupan 443 443 125
Luna (La Paz) 578 561 151
San Isidro (La Paz) 4301 4301 940
San Jose (City Proper) 231 231 65
Tabuc Suba (La Paz) 3925 3925 903
Rizal (La Paz) 1897 1883 433

Adolescent Live Births City of Iloilo, 2020

Population Sector Age Group Population Percentage
WRA 15-49 118,207 25.96%
Adolescents 10-19 78,303 17.20%
Senior Citizens 60+ 47,165 10.36%
Working Population 15-64 297,375 65.32%
Young Dependents 0-14 127,258 27.95%9
Old Dependents 65+ 30,654 6.73%
Sex Ratio 98
Total Dependency Ratio 53
Old Dependency Ratio 65+ 10
Young Dependency ratio 0-14 43

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Age Group 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49
Population 18,905 21,206 19,455 17,062 15,644 13,976 11,959
Births 436 1,217 1,491 1,288 799 213 12
Births 436 1,217 1,491 1,288 799 213 12
ASFR 0.02 0.06 0.08 0.08 0.05 0.02 0.00

Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health
Total Fertility Rate 2020

B. Education

Basic Level Proram Male Female Total
5 37 42
Elementary 472 147 619
Junior High School 2,080 1,637 4,194
Grand Total 2,557 1,637 4,194
Marginalized Group Enrolled in ALS Program Male Female Total
Indigenous People 10 10 20
SPED Learner 18 12 30
PDLs 69 10 79
CICL (below 18) 14 0 14
Out of School Youth and Adults 2,446 1,605 4,051
Grand Total 2,557 1,637 4,194

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BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION 9 25 1
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR IN HOME ECONOMICS 19 2 35 2
BACHELOR WITH SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION WITH SPECIALIZATION IN TEACHING DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING LEARNERS 5 2 6 1
BIT- MAJOR IN ELETRONICS TECHNOLOGY 1 8 3
BSMT/BMLS 1 1
BTLED INDUSTRIAL ARTS 3
BTLED-HE1 1
DENTISTRY 1
DOCTOR OF DENTAL MEDICINE
GENERAL EDUCATION 3 7 1
GRAND TOTAL 339 102 730 263
School Enrolment 2023 Year Graduated No. of Teachers No. of Classroom Student-Teacher Ratio Student-Classroom Ratio
Male Female Total 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Total
Technical Institute of Iloilo City       M F M F M F M F M F
2-Yr Tech-Voc Educ. Prog. 128 3 131 14 1 26   27   11 1     80 3 3 1:30 1:30
TVET Training Program 87 25 112 310 29 43 2 54 3 217 56 15   729 3 3 1:25 1:25
Livelihood and Skill Training Program 46 55 101 88 114 25 155 29 53 231 387     1109 8 8 1:25 1:25
Education Division of Iloilo City ALS Program
ALS Program:
1. Basic Level Program
2. Accreditation and Equivalency Program (Elementary and Junior High School)
3. Livelihood Skills Integration
4. Life Skills
Enrolled Learners in the ALS A&E Program S.Y. 2021-2022
PROGRAM MALE FEMALE TOTAL
1.      Basic Level Program 5 37 42
2.      Elementary 472 147 619
3.      Junior High School 2,080 1,453 3,533
Grand Total 2,557 1,637 4,194
Marginalized Group Enrolled in ALS Program
GROUP MALE FEMALE TOTAL
1.      Indigenous People 10 10 10
2.      SPED Learners 18 12 30
3.      PDLs 69 10 79
4.      CICL (below 18) 14 0 14
5.      Out of School Youth and Adults 2,446 1,605 4,051
Grand Total 2,557 1,637 4,194

C. SOCIAL WELFARE

Executive Order No. 076-A Series of 2002 -An Executive Order Reconstituting the Membership of LCAT-ACP-VAWC of Iloilo City
Consolidated Report of Established Barangay Violence Against Women (VAW) Desk in Iloilo City CY 2022 District No. of Barangay No. Of Established VAW Desk
Arevalo 13 13
City proper 45 45
Jaro 42 42
Lapaz 25 25
Lapuz 12 12
Mandurriao 18 18
Molo 25 25
TOTAL 180 180
Summary Report of Issued Barangay Executive Order (EO) Establishing Barangay VAWC Desk CY 2022 Barangay EO Nr Name of VAW Desk Officer
Arevalo District Bonifacio E.O. 10_2022 Ivy Marie Sarria
Calaparan E.O. 04_2022 Lina Delos Reyes
Dulonan E.O. 10_2022 Alex Oyong Jr.
Mohon E.O. 08_2022 WilkelmiaMantuce
Quezon E.O. 02_2022 Oscar Raquit
San Jose E.O. 07_2022 Noreen Abada
Sta Cruz E.O. 04_2022 Melba Gullo
Sta. Fe E.O. 04_2022 Grace Estrella
Sto. Domingo E.O. 13_2022 Rachel Areual
Sto. Niño Norte E.O. 06_2022 Myrna Espora
Sto. Niño Sur E.O. 01_2022 Lorena Bandejas
Sooc E.O. 01_2022 HalelNopueto
Yulo Drive E.O. 10_2022 Maria Florence Paguntalan
City Proper Arsenal Aduana 07-2018 Magdalena Maravilla
Bonifacio Tanza 03-2022 Raul Liberiaga
Concepcion 07-2018 Zenaida S. Defensor
Danao 10-2018 Gilda Pacificar
Ed Ganzon 06-2018 Delia Dy
Flores 05-2018 Jonna Joy Y. Pido
Gen Hughes 11-2018 Maria Teresa Isanan
Gloria 05-2018 Celia Honolario
Hipodromo 06-2018 Neneth C. Baldove
Inday 2018-08 Evelyn Mallo
Jalandoni Bagumbayan 10-2018 Irene C. Ocera
Jalandoni Wilson 10-2018 FortunataHortillas
Kahirupan 07-2018 Marilyn Zarendin
Kauswagan 02-2019 Allan De Asis
Legaspi Delarama 05-2018 Flory Gustilo
Liberation 12-2018 Nora G. Fernandez
Mabolo Delgado 009-2018 Nida L. Hablero
Magsaysay 07-2021 Mary Irish H. Melgar
Malipayon Delgado 07-2018 Elsie Honera
Ma. Clara 02-2018 Rachel Ann M. Examen
Monica Blumentritt 07-2020 Monica Atinado
MuelleLoney 06-2018 Lourdes Pinedes
Nonoy 06-2018 Jeffrey Francisco
Ortiz 06-2022 Ma. Teresa Yiu
Osmeña 06-2018 BienvinidoOring Jr.
President Roxas 11-2020 Flora May Maasin
Rima Rizal 06-2018 Manny Lazarito
Rizal Estanzuela 013-2020 Emma Rojo
Rizal Ibarra 03-2018 Lorna A. Amaller
Rizal Pala-pala 1 08-2018 Gloria Dolosa
Rizal Pala-pala 2 06-2018 Gloria Jardeleza
Roxas village 05-2018 Barbara Dela Cruz
Sampaguita 08-2018 Fiemnie Kate U. Acla
San Agustin 07-2018 Ana Marie Cajilig
San Felix 06-2018 Ana Marie Capungha
San Jose 04-2020 Ma. ConsolacionBurdamonte
Sto. Rosario Duran 06-2018 Tessie Villareal
Tanza Baybay 2022-05 Joniber Natividad
Tanza Esperanza 12-2018 Jeanzen Brillantes
TimawaTanza 1 02-2018 Clemente Sy
TimawaTanza 2 006-2018 Ma. Suzette G. Vargas
Veterans Village 02-2021 Celia Campo
Villa Anita 04-2020 Veronica Millejay
Yulo Arroyo 04-2021 Joy Locsin
Zamora Melliza 05-2018 LilianneSorioso
Jaro District Arguelles Jaro 2018-06 Kgwd. Joel J. Lupo
Balabago 2021-13 Kgwd. Cecilia D. Mamades
Balantang 2018-07 Hon. Joel Jumayao
BenedictoJaro 2018-09 Kgwd. Vivian De Asis
Bito-on 2018-07 Hon. Nelda R. Jubelag
Buhang 2021-01 SBM Eulalia Juele
Buntatala 2022-04 Kgwd. Evelyn Talagon
Calubihan 2018-07 Hon. Rhona Flores
Camalig 2018-04 Hon. Nida Ledesma
Claudio Castilla, EL-98 2022-05 Kgwd. Rachel Cordova
Cuartero 2018-10 Hon. Katrina Marie Jacuban
Cubay 2021-02 Kgwd. Analye Padilla
Democracia 2019-05 Hon. Arelenm Evangelista
Desamparados 2018-05 Hon. Angeline M. Obapial
Dungon A 2021-05 Kgwd. Grace Lopez
Dungon B 2020-07 Hon Julie Ann C. Anitubo
Fajardo 2018-08 Hon. Anita del Rosario
JavellaJaro 2018-04 Kgwd. Karen Joy Libardo
Lanit 2018-03 Hon. Rosemarie Juntado
Libertad Sta. Isabel Jaro 2021-04 Kgwd. Mark Guevara
Lopez Jaena 2020-09 Hon. NemahBlando
Luna Jaro 2018-03 Hon. Ronniel Da-anoy
M.H. del Pilar Jaro 2018-18 Hon. Ana Liza Abang
M.V. HechanovaJaro 2018-05 Kgwd. Nenita N. Cabador
Ma. Cristina Jaro 2019-05 Hon. Catalina Garganta
Montinola 2018-11 Hon. MerceditaOtanes
Our Lady of Fatima 2018-07 Kgwd. Lucille Tadifa
Our Lady of Lourdes 2018-07 Hon. Susa Pinuela
Quintin Salas 2018-05 Hon. Ma. Victoria H. Ruel
Sambag 2018-10 Kgwd. Jerry Legaspi
San Isidro 2018 Kgwd. Ruby Gallano
San Jose Jaro 2018-07 Hon. Rosario Demonteverde
San Pedro Jaro 2022-01 Kgwd. P. Mijares
San Roque 2023-02 Hon. SanderlineJamotuya
San Vicente 2022-04 Hon. Raquel Arancillo
SeminarioJaro 2018-05 Kgwd. Jesie Carla Diamante
Simon Ledesma 2021-09 Kgwd. Nove J. Lombres
Tabuc Suba 2018-10 Hon. PailiphineSison
TacasJaro 2018-07 Kgwd. AljonLacse
Tagbac 2018-04 Hon. Jesielinda Fernandez
Taytay Zone II 2018-07 Hon Gina Elauria
Ungka 2018-06 Hon. Alma Jamindang
         
Lapaz District Aguinaldo 07-2018 Irene Hierro
Baldoza 05-2018 MarichuMoleño
Bantud 05-2018 Mae Aycayno
Banuyao 01-2022 RazelDitlefsen
Burgos Mabini 02-2022 GliceriaCasiple
Caingin 09-2018 Jane Jiz
Divinagracia 09-2018 Risa Necor
Gustilo 12-2018 Lilybeth Nartates
Hinactacan 02-2018 Veronica Bolivar
Ingore 03-2019 Lea Hortillosa
Jereos 03-2022 Mary Villa Vasquez
Laguda 04-2022 Rexy joy Jalandoni
Lopez Jaena Norte 02-2018 Anelen Dela Mar
Lopez Jaena Sur 05-2018 JoycelindaHaresco
Luna 06-2018 Mae Ann Amable
Mac Arthur 05-2018 Rowena Quirao
Magdalo 05-2018 MayzelDoronila
Magsaysay Village 10-2018 Joena Esteves
Nabitasan 08-2018 Rosemarie Amable
Railway 06-2018 MelendrePeñasales
Rizal 07-2018 Mary Grace Narandan
San Isidro 05-2022 Felicitas Hortillosa
San Nicolas 11-2018 RolenBalajadia
Tabuc Suba 05-2018 Ma. MelfinCaluyo
Ticud 05-2018 Edward Villamucho
Lapuz District Alalasan 09-2018 Miralyn Balboa
Bo. Obrero 15-2018 RizalinoElesis
Don Esteban 13-2020 Maria Josefa Durana
Jalandoni 03-2022 Augie Lawrence Lavado
Lapuz Norte 07-2019 Eva Nobleza
Lapuz Sur 08-2018 LigayaLebrilla
Libertad 06-2018 Mildred Vergara
Loboc 06-2018 EvelindaDoromal
Mansaya 08-2018 Aida Peñol
Progreso 12-2018 JenalenLuberas
Punong 11-2018 Susana Catingan
Sinikway 13-2018 Susana Catingan
Mandurriao District Airport 06-2018  
Bakhaw 06-2018  
Bolilao 04-2022  
Calahunan 07-2018  
Dungon C. 07-2018  
Guzman-Jesena 07-2018  
Hibao-an Norte 06-2019  
Hibao-an Sur 09-2018  
Navais 06-2018  
Onate-De Leon 06-2018  
     
Pali-Benedicto 05-2021  
PHCC BLK 17 08-2018  
PHCC BLK 22 01-2022  
Q. Abeto 07-2018  
San Rafael 08-2018  
Santa Rosa 08-2018  
Tabucan 06-2018  
Taft North 06-2018  
Molo District North Avanceña 2018-07  
Boulevard 2018-09  
Calumpang 2018-06  
Cochero 2018-06  
Compania Central 02-2018  
East Baluarte 08-2018  
East Timawa 06-2018  
Infante 17-2021  
Kasing-Kasing 10-2018  
Katilingban 08-2018  
North Baluarte 10-2022  
North Fundidor 01-2021  
North San Jose 04-2021  
Poblacion 19-2018  
SalvacionHabog-Habog 02-2018  
San Antonio 10-2018  
San Juan 10-2022  
San Pedro 10-2023  
South Baluarte 03-2015  
South Fundidor 08-2018  
South San Jose 03-2019  
Taal 08-2018  
Tap-oc 09-20018  
West Habog-Habog 03-2019  
West Timawa 06-2018  
CONSOLIDATED QUARTERLY VAW REPORT (LSWDO Handled)
1st Quarter 2022 Educational Attainment
District Total Nr of Victim Survivor Total Nr of Children (if any) Civil Status
Married Single Widow
Arevalo 9 14 6 3
City Proper
Jaro 5 1 3 1 live in
Lapaz 2 2 2
Lapuz 2 2 2
Mandurriao 3 3
Molo 6 3 3
Total 27 18 15 11 1
District Educational Attainment Occupation
Elementary High School Vocational College Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student None
Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate
Arevalo 1   1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1   6
City Proper           1            
Jaro 1 1       1 2   4 1    
Lapaz             2     2    
Lapuz     2             2    
Mandurriao 3                 3    
Molo           5 1     3   3
Total 5 1 3 2 1 9 7 1 5 12   9
2nd Quarter 2022 Educational Attainment
District Total Nr of Victim Survivor Total Nr of Children (if any) Civil Status
Married Single Widow
Arevalo 7 14 2 5
City Proper No Case
Jaro 6 5 1 Separated
Lapaz No Case
Lapuz No Case
Mandurriao No Case
Molo 10 4 6
Total 23   11 11 1
District Educational Attainment Occupation
Elementary High School Vocational College Gov’t Employee Privately Employed   Self-Employed Student None
Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate
Arevalo 1     3   1 2   2     5
City Proper               1        
Jaro     2 1 1 1 1   1 1   3
Lapaz                        
Lapuz                        
Mandurriao                        
Molo     3 1   5 1 1 4 1   4
Total 1   5 5 1 7 4 2 7 2   12
3rd Quarter 2022 Educational Attainment
District Total Nr of Victim Survivor Total Nr of Children (if any) Civil Status
Married Single Widow
Arevalo 6   4 2  
City Proper 3   2 2 live in 1 Separated
Jaro 7   4    
Lapaz No Case        
Lapuz 3   3    
Mandurriao No Case        
Molo 6   4    
Total 25   17   1
District Educational Attainment Occupation
Elementary High School Vocational College Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student None
Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate
Arevalo     3 2       1   2   3
City Proper     3 2 1 1           3
Jaro         1 1 2   4 1 2  
Lapaz   uk                    
Lapuz             2   1 1   1
Mandurriao     1                  
Molo       1   3 2 1 3     2
Total     7 5 2 5 6 2 8 4 2 9
4th Quarter 2022 Educational Attainment
District Total Nr of Victim Survivor Total Nr of Children (if any) Civil Status
Married Single Separated Live-in
Arevalo 2 6 2      
City Proper 1 1 1      
Jaro 4 3 3   1  
Lapaz No Case          
Lapuz No Case          
Mandurriao 2   1     1
Molo 2     2    
Total 11 10 7 2 1 1
District Educational Attainment   Occupation
Elementary High School Vocational College Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student Others None
Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate Under-graduate Graduate
Arevalo           1 1   1 1      
City Proper             1           1
Jaro           3 1 1   2   1  
Lapaz                          
Lapuz                          
Mandurriao           1 1         2  
Molo       2           1 1    
Total       2   5 4 1 1 4 1 3 1
1st Quarter 2022 Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
District Types of Abuses Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
Physical Sexual Psychological Economic Others
Husband Former Husband Live-In Partner Boyfriend
Arevalo 6 2       5   2 2
City Proper 1 1              
Jaro 3 3   1     1 4  
Lapaz               2  
Lapuz           2      
Mandurriao   1     1 3      
Molo     2     1   4 1
Total 10 7 2 1 1 11 1 12 3
District Sex Perpetrator
Male Female Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student OFW Laborer None
Arevalo 9     5 2     1 1
City Proper                  
Jaro 4     4 1        
Lapaz 2     1 1        
Lapuz 2     2          
Mandurriao 3       3        
Molo 6     4     1 1  
Total 26     16 7   1 2 1
2nd Quarter 2022 Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
District Types of Abuses Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
Physical Sexual Psychological Economic Others
Husband Former Husband Live-In Partner Boyfriend
Arevalo 1   3 6   2 1 4  
City Proper No Case                
Jaro     3 3   5 1    
Lapaz No Case                
Lapuz No Case                
Mandurriao No Case                
Molo 1   1 4 6 1   9  
Total 2   7 13 6 8 2 13  
Sex Perpetrator
Male Female Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student OFW Laborer Others None
7     4 2     1    
                   
6     1 2       1 2
                   
                   
                   
10     4     1   2 3
23     9 4   1 1 3 5
3rd Quarter 2022 Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
District Types of Abuses Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
Physical Sexual Psychological Economic Others
Husband Former Husband Live-In Partner Boyfriend
Arevalo 1   2 5   4   2  
City Proper       3   2   1  
Jaro 4     4   5   2  
Lapaz No Case                
Lapuz 1   2 1   3      
Mandurriao No Case                
Molo 2   2 4 2 4   2  
Total 8   6 17 2 18   7  
District Sex Perpetrator
Male Female Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student OFW Laborer Others None
Arevalo 6   1 4           1
City Proper 3   1 2            
Jaro 7     5   1       1
Lapaz                    
Lapuz 3     2 1          
Mandurriao                    
Molo 6     5         1  
Total 25   2 18 1 1     1 2
4rth Quarter 2022 Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
District Types of Abuses Relationship of the Perpetrator to the Victim
Physical Sexual Psychological Economic Others
Husband Former Husband Live-In Partner Boyfriend
Arevalo     2 2   2      
City Proper 1     1   1      
Jaro 1   2   1 3 1    
Lapaz No Case                
Lapuz No Case                
Mandurriao 2     1   1   1  
Molo 1       1     1 1
Total 5   4 4 2 7 1 2 1
District Sex Perpetrator
Male Female Gov’t Employee Privately Employed Self-Employed Student OFW Laborer Others None
Arevalo 2 1 1
City Proper 1 1 2 1 1
Jaro 4
Lapaz
Lapuz
Mandurriao 2 2
Molo 2 1 1
Total 11   1 5 2 1   1   1
1st Quarter 2022 Outright Action of VAW Desk
District Outright Action of VAW Desk Refer to LSWDO
Crisis Intervention including Rescue Issuance Enforcement of BPO Psychological Services Case Conference (Compromise Agreement) on Economic Abuse Referral to other LSWDO
Arevalo       8 1
City Proper          
Jaro       5  
Lapaz 1   1    
Lapuz          
Mandurriao 2        
Molo       5  
Total 3   1 18 1
District Refer to Healthcare Provider Refer to Law Enforcement Agency Other Service Provider
Temporary Shelter Name of Healthcare Provider Services Rendered Types of Services WCPD-PNP Prosecutor Office Others Types of Service Providers Name of Service Provider
Arevalo                  
City Proper                  
Jaro                  
Lapaz         2        
Lapuz                  
Mandurriao         1        
Molo         1        
Total         4        
2nd Quarter 2022 Outright Action of VAW Desk
District Outright Action of VAW Desk Refer to LSWDO
Crisis Intervention including Rescue Issuance Enforcement of BPO Psychological Services Case Conference (Compromise Agreement) on Economic Abuse Referral to other LSWDO
Arevalo         1
City Proper No Case        
Jaro   1 3 3  
Lapaz No Case        
Lapuz No case        
Mandurriao No case        
Molo       5 3
Total   1 3 8 4
District Refer to Healthcare Provider Refer to Law Enforcement Agency Other Service Provider
Temporary Shelter Name of Healthcare Provider Services Rendered Types of Services WCPD-PNP Prosecutor Office Others Types of Service Providers Name of Service Provider
Arevalo                  
City Proper                  
Jaro                  
Lapaz                  
Lapuz                  
Mandurriao                  
Molo         1       VAWC Desk Officer
Total         1       1
3rd Quarter 2022 Outright Action of VAW Desk
District Outright Action of VAW Desk Refer to LSWDO
Crisis Intervention including Rescue Issuance Enforcement of BPO Psychological Services Case Conference (Compromise Agreement) on Economic Abuse Referral to other LSWDO
Arevalo     1 4  
City Proper 1     3  
Jaro     1 3 1
Lapaz No Case        
Lapuz     3    
Mandurriao No Case        
Molo       5  
Total 1   5 15 1
District Refer to Healthcare Provider Refer to Law Enforcement Agency Other Service Provider
Temporary Shelter Name of Healthcare Provider Services Rendered Types of Services WCPD-PNP Prosecutor Office Others Types of Service Providers Name of Service Provider
Arevalo         1        
City Proper         1       1
Jaro                  
Lapaz                  
Lapuz         3        
Mandurriao                  
Molo         1        
Total         6       1
E. POLICE DATA
  2019 2020 2021 2022 PERCENTAGE
POLICE DATA M F M F M F M F
Enhanced services,proceduresandprotocolsinprovidingwomenvictimsof gender-relatedoffenses.   0   0   0   0  
FunctionalVAWdesks.   6   6   6   6  
Incidenceandnumberof violenceagainstwomenand  children,bytype.   817   744   486   277  
Presenceofwomen’sdeskinpolicestations.   24   24   23   23  
Presence of separate rooms forinterrogationofwomen victims in police station   6   6   6   6  
Availability and frequency of trainings conducted on therights of women to be free in all forms of violence whetherphysical, sexual, emotional,mentaloreconomic abuse, (latestavailableatleast2years).                 N/A
Establishment andmaintenance of acomprehensive data andinformationsystemon trafficking, exploitation, andprostitution.                 N/A
Presence of statistical datagenerated on the incidence ofall kinds of VAW and VAWvictims tothe totalVAW- relateddatarequired,(latestavailableat least2years).   542   468   296   190  
Number of reported VAWCcases,(latestavailableatleast2years).   542   468   296   190  
Number of cases filed againsttraffickersandexploitersof prostituted women, (latestavailableatleast2years).   5   3       1  
Number of policeoutposts/1000population                 N/A
PercentageofBarangayswith operationalCouncilforthe Protection of Children to totalnumberofBarangays,2years                 100%
F. LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR
LCR MALE FEMALE TOTAL PROPORTION
  2022 2022 2022 2022
Registered Livebirths 6180 5895 12075 10:9.5
Registered Death 3755 2428 6183 10:6.47
Registered Marriages 2172 2172  
G. HEALTH
HEALTH FACILITIES OF ILOILO CITY

I. AREVALO DISTRICT

  • 8 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District Health Center
  • Population 61, 334

II. BO. OBRERO-LAPUZ DISTRICT

  • 3 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 32, 764

III. JARO 1 DISTRICT

  • 10 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 57, 165

IV. JARO 2 DISTRICT

  • 12 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 73, 579

V. LA PAZ DISTRICT

  • 11 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 57, 807

VI. MANDURRIAO DISTRICT

  • 11 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 63, 369

VII. MOLO DISTRICT

  • 9 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 81, 920

VIII. STO. ROSARIO DISTRICT

  • 4 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 25, 914

IX. TANZA DISTRICT

  • 5 Barangay Health Station
  • 1 District health Center
  • Population 29, 251

A. HEALTH FACILITIES

1.  Tanza Health Center

2.  Molo Health Center

3. Rosario Health Center

4. Lapaz District Health Center

5. Lapuz health Center

6. Jaro II health Center

7. Mandurriao Health Center

8. Arevalo health Center

9. Jaro I Health Center

  • Modular Laboratory
  • Modular Hospital
  • Uswag Dialysis Center 1
  • Social Hygiene Clinic
  • La Paz Maternity & Reproductive Health Center
  • Calumpang Lying-in

 

B. WOMEN HEALTH SERVICES

  • Family Planning
  • Cancer Screening (Visual Acetic Wash, Breast Examination)

B.1 PREGNANT WOMEN

  • Pre-Natal
  • Antenatal
  • Post-Natal
  • TD immunization (5th month, 6th month)
  • Iron, Calcium and Iodine Supplementation
  • Voluntary HIV testing
  • Oral Health Services
C. MEN’S HEALTH SERVICES
  • Rectal Examination
  • Non-Scalpel Vasectomy
  • HIV Screening and prevention
  • Non-communicable disease screening
  • Substance Abuse
  • Oral Health Services
D. SENIOR CITIZEN HEALTH SERVICES
  • Visual Acuity Screening
  • Pneumonia and influenza vaccination
  • Oral Health Services
E. Non-Communicable Disease Services
  • Smoking Cessation Campaign
  • Risk Assessment using Philpen
  • Healthy Lifesytle Promotion
CMO Activities 1. Cervical Cancer DNA Testing Outreach 2. PhilPen Risk Assessment 3. Smoking Cessation Clinic F. EMERGING AND RE-EMERGING DISEASES (ZIKA, SARS, COVID ETC.)
  • Case Finding
  • Contact Tracing
  • Disease Surveillance and Reporting (PIDSR)
INFECTIOUS DISEASE SERVICES
  • Rabies
  • HIV-AIDS and STD
  • PTB
  • Leprosy
  • Filariasis
  • Soil transmitted
  • Helminthiasis
  • TB Case Finding
  • Water Safety, Sanitation and Disinfection (Water testing)
  • Inspection of Sanitary Toilets
K. LABORATORY SERVICES
  • DSSM
  • CBC PLATELET, URINALYSIS, FECALYSIS
  • RTPCr Testing
I. FIELD HEALTH SERVICE INFORMATION
  • Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Report
  • Iclinicsys, IT IS, NOSIER, Vigiflow, NARIS, HARP
(RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH)
REPORT OF ACCOMPLISHMENT OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2022 (4TH QUARTER) 
KRA: Maternal and Neonatal Health
    Numerical Accomplishment
Program/Activities Projects under Key Result Area Indicator 2022 2021 2020 2019
A.      Policies A.1.1 Local Policies on Maternal and Neonatal Health 0 0 0  
B.      Demand Generation B.1 No. Of conducted activity gathering women of reproductive age (WRAs) for maternal & neonatal care campaign 282 83 61  
B.1.a No. Women aged 10-14 who attended activity for maternal & neonatal care campaign 11 0 0  
B.1.b No. Women aged 20 and above who attended activity for maternal & neonatal care 137 43 5  
B.1.c No. Women aged 20 and above who attended activity for maternal & neonatal care campaign 1,367 836 399  
B.2.a Pregnancies of women aged 10-14 who delivered were tracked 3 0 3  
B.2.b Pregnancies of women aged 15-19 who delivered were tracked 107 87 155  
B.2.c Pregnancies of women aged 20 and above who delivered were tracked 1,185 848 1115  
B.3.a Pregnancies of women aged 10-14 who delivered have birth plan 3 0 3  
    B.3.b Pregnancies of women aged 15-19 who delivered have birth plan 108 87 157  
B.3.c Pregnancies of women aged 20 and above who delivered have birth plan 1,130 843 1115  
C.      Capacity Building Activities C.1. No. Of health facilities with birthing center that have BEMONC trained service providers 1 1 1  
C.2. Service providers have completed ICD 10 (International Classification of Diseases) Training 1 1 1  
D.      Commodities procured/delivered   D.1. RHU/birthing clinic has no stock out of maternal & newborn emergency supplies (MgSO4 , IVF, Oxytocin, Dexamethazone, Antibiotics) 1 1 1  
E.       Service Delivery E.1 With Philhealth Maternity Care Package (MCP)- Accredited birthing facility 1 1 1  
E.2.1. No. Of Public Health Doctors 63 52 43  
E.2.2 No. Of Public Health Nurses 144 149 184  
E.2.3 No. Of Public Midwives 67 71 61  
E.2.4. No. Of Public Health Barangay Health Workers (BHWs) 621 583 498  
E.3. Availability of Level 1 hospital providing C-section services (province-wide) 0 0 0  
F.       Governance Mechanism F.1. No of Conducted Maternal Death Review 0   0  
F.1. a. No of Maternal  Death Review Report Submitted 0 0 0  
F.2 Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) integrated in the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan (LDRRMP)                
G.     Budget and Financing Secured No. Of deliveries that have been reimbursed by Philhealth        
G.1. Total no.of deliveries 1300 948    
G.1.a Total no. Of deliveries from mothers 10-14 years old 2 0 3  
G.1.b Total No. Of deliveries from mothers 15-19 years old 107 91 157  
G.1.c Total no. Of deliveries from mothers 20 years old and above 1191 857 1101  
G.2. No. Of Deliveries filed for reimbursements from PhilHealth 518 2371    
G.3. No. Of Deliveries claimed paid by Philhealth 1012 2371    
KRA: Maternal and Neonatal Health
Numerical Accomplishment
Program/Activities/Projects Under Key Result Area Indicator 2022 2021 2020 2019
A.Policies Issued A.1.1. No. Of Local Policies on universal access to FP 0 0 0  
B.Demand Generation B.1.1. Availability of mechanism to track or map unmet need for FP in the public sector 1 1    
B.1.2 Availability of mechanism to track or map unmet need for FP in the private sector        
B.2.a Women aged 10-14 with unmet need for FP are identified     4  
B.2.b Women aged 15-19 with unmet need for FP identified 1 1 254  
B.2.c Women aged 20-49 with unmet need for FP are identified 144 155 5278  
C.      Capacity Building Activities C.1.1 Public providers trained on Family Planning Competency-Based Training (FPCBT)1 3234 4041 69  
C.1.2. Private providers trained on FPCBT 1 70 78 8  
C.2.1.a Public providers trained on FPCBT 2-Implant 20 6 2  
C.2.1.b. Public providers trained on FPCTB 2- PPIUD 2 2 1  
C.2.2.a. Private providers trained on FPCBT 2-Implant 3 2 7  
C.2.2.b. Private providers trained on FPCTB 2-PPIUD 17 4 4  
D.      Commodities procured/delivered     D.1.1. No. Of R99HUs regularly submitting commodity consumption repor9t9s from public providers (w/detailed breakdown of commodities consu8med) 12 3 9  
D.1.2. No. Of priva9te facilities regularly submitting commodity consumption reports from private providers (w/detailed breakdown  of commodities consumed)   9    
D.2.No. of RHUs has no stock-out of contraceptives in the last six months (pills, IUD,DMPA, Condom) 9   9  
E.       Service Delivery     E.1. No. Of New Acceptors of Modern FP methods through post-partum FP   9    
E.1.1. 10-14 years old, new acceptors through post-partum FP 8   1  
E.1.2. 15-19 years old, new acceptors through post-partum FP 9 0 9  
E.1.3. 20 y.o & above, new acceptors through post-partum FP 68 17 129  
E.2. New Acceptors of Modern FP methods through outreach missions   181    
E.2.1. 10-14 years old New Acceptors of modern FP methods through outreach missions 0 46 0  
E.2.2. 15-19 years old New Acceptors of Modern FP methods through outreach missions 23 1685 1  
  E.2.3. 20 y.o & Above New Acceptors of Modern FP methods through outreach missions 657 1744 127  
  E.3. New Acceptors of Modern FP Methods provided in regular public health facilities        
  E.3.1. 10-14 years old New Acceptors of Modern FP methods served 0 0 1  
  E.3.2. 15-19 years old New Acceptors of Modern FP served 8 9 45  
  E.3.3. 20 y.o & Above New Acceptors of Modern FP methods served 105 22 512  
F.       Governance Mechanism F.1. FP data have undergone data quality check (DQC)   0    
  F.2. Total budget allocation on FP        
  F.3.1. No. Of Public facilities submitting claims for FP services 1 4    
  F.3.2. No. Of Private facilities submitting claims for FP submitting claims for FP services 1 2    
  F.4. No. Of claims of public facilities on FP reimbursed by Philhealth 0      
G.     Others            
KRA-ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
    Numerical Accomplishment
Program/Activities/Projects under key result area Indicator 2022 2021 2020 2019
A.      Policies Issued A.1.a. No. Of Local Policies supporting ASRH services 0 0 0
B.      Demand Generation B.1.No. of Conducted IEC Activities on ASRH 9   19 12
B.2.a. No. Of Adolescent aged 10-14 reached by ASRH IEC Activities 32 219 5
B.2.b. No. Of Adolescents aged 15-19 reached by SRH IEC Activities 313 79 1055
C.      Capacity Building Activities C.1.1. No. Of Health Service provider trained on Adolescent Job Aid (AJA) 22 22 23
C.1.2. Health Service Provider trained on Healthy Young Ones 23 23 19
C.2. No. Of peer educators trained on ASRH 0 0 39
D.      Service Delivery E.1. No. Of Adolescent Friendly Health Facility based on DOH Standards 3 2 1
E.2.1.a No. Of adolescents aged 10-14 who accessed/availed of ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (referred by peer educator) 11 169 406
E.2.1.b. No. Of adolescents aged 15-19 who accessed/availed of ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (referred by peer educator) 18 158 73
E.2.2.a No. Of adolescents aged 10-14 who accessed/availed of ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (not referred by peer educator) 211 554 43
E.2.1.b No. Of Adolescents aged 15-19 who accessed/availed of ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (not referred by peer educator) 114 108 29
E.       OTHERS  
KRA-HIV (HEALTH)
    Numerical Accomplishment
Program/Activities/Projects under key result Area Indicator 2022 2021 2020 2019
A.      Policies Issued A.1. No. Of local policies that address VAW/GBV issued/amended within the reporting period (for example: establishment of LCAT-VAWC/ VAW desks, anti-discrimination (SOGIE), Anti-prostitution, Anti-street harassment, etc. 0 0 0  
A.2. No. of Local GAD Code   0  
B.      Demand Generation B.1. No of Conduct of IEC/awareness campaign on VAW/GBV (for example 18 day campaign to end VAW) 170 175 84  
B.2. No. of women are reached by IEC/awareness campaign on VAW/GBV (for example 18 day campaign to end VAW) 5100 5250 2100  
  B.3 No. of Men are reached by IEC/awareness campaign on VAW/GBV (for example 18 day Campaign to End VAW) 2550 2625 934  
C.      Capacity Building Activities C.1.a No. of public providers trained on 4Rs (recognizing, recording, reporting and referring) of VAWC 28 26 25  
  C.1.b No. of private providers trained on 4Rs (recognizing, recordning, reporting and fererring) on VAWC        
  C,2.a No. of public providers trained on other VAWC programs/modules aside from 4Rs 26 26 25  
  C.2.b No. of private providers trained on other VAWC programs/modules aside from 4Rs        
  C.3.No. of established women and children protection program (WCPP) (w/dedicated coordinator, plan & budget, trained 4Rs) 7 7 7  
  C.4. No. of functional crisis intervention centers/temporary shelters/halfway houses/centers for VAW/GBV victim-survivors 1 CIU (24/7) 1 1 CIU (24/7)  
D. Governance Mechanism No. of functional LCAT-VAWC 1 180 Barangays 1  
  No. of Barangays with Functional VAW Desk 180 Barangays 180 Barangays 180 Barangays  
G. HOUSING
DISTRICT Number of Beneficiaries
2020 2021 2022
Lapuz 12 6 4
Lapaz 26 26 70
Jaro 156 217 450
Mandurriao 16 24 101
Arevalo 93 121 67
City Proper 24 18 30
Molo 76 58 66
TOTAL 403 470 788
SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE
2020-2022
Registered Socialized Housing Potential Beneficiaries in Iloilo City under RA 7279: January to December
No. of Informal Settlers, Iloilo City
DISTRICT Number of Beneficiaries
2020 2021 2022
Lapuz 224 6 211
Lapaz 1189 26 1131
Jaro 1141 217 906
Mandurriao 478 24 242
Arevalo 2847 121 2811
City Proper 333 18 243
Molo 4670 58 4595
TOTAL 10,882 470 10,051

Number of Iloilo City Urban Poor Housing Tenure Status

As of December, Formal Informal Renters Total
2020 25,116 10,882 9 36,007
2021 25,116 10,586 9 35,711
2022 25,116 10,051 19 35,186
Updated Number of Informal Settlers Colonies
Number of Households
YEAR Public Domain/Government Owned Private Lots Total
Waterways Shoreline Road Easements
2020 2374 2,270-Creks 104-Riverbanks 2425 789 1366 6,954
2021 2374 2,270-Creks 104-Riverbanks 2425 789 1366 6,954
2022 2374 2,270-Creks 104-Riverbanks 2425 789 1366 6,954