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History of Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur

Barangay Taleb is located along the National Highway 8 kilometers away from the Poblacion. It is originally a part of barangay Paing, but due to the wide territorial jurisdiction of barangay Paing the residence of the area petitioned that it be separated because of the inadequate supervision and governance from its mother barangay. Taleb is an Ilokano word that means Wall. The name Taleb was taken from the geographic location of the barangay, because it is surrounded by hills, it served as the wall of the barangay from the natural calamities thus called Taleb not until RA3590 was enacted that Taleb was created as a regular barangay. Barangay Taleb is an agricultural barangay. The main crops are rice and corn and farmers harvest twice a year. Other source of income is the gathering of firewood and making of charcoal. Residents near the hilly portion of the area are well benefited by this kind of industry. All in all, the barangay is blessed with earths natural wealth. The water that supplies the other barangay within the national high way as well as the municipality of Vigan comes from the vicinity of the barangay. The Victoria National Park and the Caniaw Reforestation Project that was establish in 1962, is also located in the territorial jurisdiction of the barangay and there is also a vicariated parish and a cemetery within its area. The people in the area are also helpful and very cooperative that is why Barangay Taleb has developed into more developed community and it is now one of the best barangay of the municipality.

BARANGAY OFFICIALS

PUNONG BARANGAY: Gloria A. Ramirez BARANGAY KAGAWAD: Estelita Obrero Mary Ann Tolio Thaddeus Paa Lito Paranada Jovencio Piano Cliff Barnard Pico Felipe Peru BARANGAY SECRETARY: Manuel R. Vicencio BARANGAY TREASURER: Rodina Tadeo SK CHAIRMAN: Nichol Jan Padre SK KAGAWAD: Randy Parilla Claudine Padre Lianna Rapisura Lean Cris Parilla Helen Abaco

BARANGAY ORGANIZATIONS

BARANGAY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (BDC) CHAIRMAN: Gloria A. Ramirez BARANGAY KAGAWAD: Cliff Barnard Pico SK CHAIRMAN: Nichol Jan Padre BARANGAY SECRETARY: Manuel R. Vicencio BARANGAY TREASURER: Rodina Tadeo NGO REPRESENTATIVE: SC- Carlita Paranada PTA- Rosa Mirasol BHW- Pascuala Dacayan RIC- Cristeta Parilla FA- Tito Madriaga

BARANGAY PEACE AND ORDER ANTIDRUG ABUSE AND PROTECTION OF CHILDREN COUNCIL CHAIRMAN: Gloria A. Ramirez VICE CHAIRMAN: Jovencio A. Piano MEMBERS: SK CHAIRMAN: Nichol Jan Padre BARANGAY CHIEF TANOD: Nova P. Gacilan SENIOR CITIZEN: Carlita Paranada DAYCARE WORKER: Maxima Paa BARANGAY HEALTH WORKER: Rosemarie Pacubas BARANGAY NUTRITION SCHOLAR: Francilita Realin NGO REPRESENTATIVE: Tito Madriaga

BARANGAY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (BSWMC) CHAIRMAN: Gloria A. Ramirez SK CHAIRMAN: Nichol Jan Padre SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: Mrs. Maria Teresa Peredo PTCA PRESIDENT : Mrs. Rosa Mirasol RELIGIOUS REPRESENTATIVE : Mrs. Dominga Velasco REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE ASSOCIATION ON BUSINESS COMMITTEE: Mrs. Evangeline Osalvo COMMITTEE ON CLEAN AND GREEN: Felipe Peru PRESIDENT ON MARKET VENDORS ASSOCIATION & JUNKYARD OWNER: Mary Ann Tolio

BARANGAY HEALTH EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (BHERT) EXCECUTIVE OFFICER: Gloria A. Ramirez CHAIRMAN ON COMMITTEE ON HEALTH: Estelita Obrero MEMBERS: BARANGAY TANOD : Benjamin Vicencio Carlito Palecpec Eduardo Rapisura Teodoro Bosque BARANGAY HEALTH WORKER: Rosemarie Pacubas

BARANGAY HUMAN RIGHTS ACTION OFFICER (BHRAO) Jovencio Piano

BARANGAY DISASTER COORDINATION COUNCIL (BDCC) CHAIRMAN: Gloria A. Ramirez VICE CHAIRMAN: Thaddeus Paa I. II. III. IV. SUPPLY STAFF: Felipe Peru SECURITY TEAM: Benjamin Vicencio TRANSPORTATION STAFF: Cliff Barnard Pico COMMUNICATION STAFF: Estelita Obrero

SERVICE TEAMS: I. II. WARNING TEAM : Carlito Palecpec RESCUE TEAMS: Jose Peru Jr. Marcelino Paet Jr. EVACUATION TEAMS: Renato Paet Elmer Peru Manuel R. Vicencio Rodina Tadeo RELIEF AND WELFARE TEAMS: Joan Ramos Aileen Peru Florie Arcano Maxima Paa MEDICAL / FIRST AID TEAMS: Rosemarie Pacubas Fracilita Realin Marilette Patubo FIRE BRIGADE: Benjamin Vicencio

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VII. DAMAGE CONTROL: Estelita Obrero

BARANGAY TANOD

CHIEF TANOD :Benjamin Vicencio MEMBERS: Carlito Palecpec Jose Peru Jr. Marcelino Paet Kr. Eduardo Rapisura Teodoro Bosque Renato Paet Elmer Peru BARANGAY PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORT S DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (BPFSDC)

CHAIRMAN: Gloria A. Ramirez SCHOOL PRINCIPAL : Mrs. Maria Teresa Peredo SK CHAIRMAN : Nichol Jan Padre BARANGAY KAGAWAD: Mary Ann Tolio NGO REPRESENTATIVE: Tito Madriaga

BARANGAY HEALTH WORKERS

Rose Marie Pacubas Lolita Padre Joan Ramos Florie Arcano

Zone I Taleb Proper Sitio Vicencio Sitio Purok Silaw

Aileen Peru Pascuala Dacayan Marilette Patubo

Sitio Peru Sitio Paa School Vicinity

MUNICIPAL HEALTH MIDWIFE Joralyn Pigao

BARANGAY NUTRITION SCHOLAR Francilita Realin

NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION/ PEOPLE ORGANIZATION

*RURAL IMPROVEMENT CLUB PRESIDENT : Cristeta Parilla SENIOR CITIZEN: Carlita Paranada

*FARMERS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT : Tito Madriaga VICE PRESIDENT : Manuel R. Vicencio

*PARENTS TEACHER ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT: Rosa Mirasol

*BARANGAY PASTORAL COUNCIL PRESIDENT: Alejandria Padre

BARANGAY PROFILE BARANGAY TALEB, BANTAY, ILOCOS SUR BARANGAY BOUNDARIES: NORTH= AMIANAN BRGY. TAY-AC, BANTAY, ILOCOS SUR SOUTH= BAGATAN PAING- TAGUIPURO, BANTAY, ILOCOS SUR EAST= DAYA BRGY. PAING, BANTAY, ILOCOS SUR WEST= LAUD BRGY. NAGUIDDAYAN, BANTAY, ILOCOS SUR

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS Population Based on 423 Families Interviewed Families Interviewed Number of Household Surveyed Number of Household not Survey: Family Members not around during the whole duration of the survey Vacation House Vacant Houses Under Construction Boarding House Abandoned Houses Female Married (15 45 years old) Childrens ages (0-3 years old) Childrens ages (0-5 Years old) Childrens ages ( 7 and above) Childrens ages (15 and above) Residents ages (19 and above) 12 3 19 4

367 1,612 423 329 38

1 6 211 121 210 1,365 1,089 976

FAMILY LIST OF BRGY. TALEB, BANTAY ILOCOS SUR

FAMILY NUMBER

FAMILY MEMBERS PICO, Rolly Pico, Adora Pico, Alliah Nicole Pico, Allen Naithan PICO, Apolonia OSENA, Alejandra Osena, Alyssa PASCUAL, Charlie Sr. Pascual, Francisca Pascual, Charlie Jr. Pascual, Allan Pascual, Christine PASCUAL, Christopher Pascual, Esperanza Pascual, Precious Khryza NEBREJA, Junne Vizarra, Lanie Nebreja, Eljay Nebreja, Justin PADRE, Bonifacio PACUBAS, Manuel Pacubas, Rosemarie CORTEZ, Oliver Cortez, Julita Cortez, Julie Ann Cortez, John Lloyd Cortez, Colene Cortez,Joshua PACUBAS, Richard Pacubas, Predelita Pacubas, Faye Angeline Pacubas, Crizelyn PIANO, Jovencio Piano, Rowena Piano, Laarnie PIANO, Brian Piano, Rosanna Piano, Samantha Elize PIANO, Rolando

AGE 30 30 5 5 mos. 89 62 6 mos 59 53 33 31 11 35 37 3 24 21 1 4 mos. 53 74 39 30 42 7 6 5 4 35 35 10 5 49 42 21 22 24 3 18

1 2 3

4A

5 6 7A

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9 10 A

11

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13 14 B

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16 A

17 A

Quindag, Genalyn PIANO, Teresita VIZARRA, Magdalena Vizarra, Isabello VICITASYON, Rolando Vicitasyon, Antonia Vicitasyon, Anabel Vicitasyon, Jessica Vicitasyon, Kim Paul VIZARRA, Rolando Vizarra, Nieves Vizarra, Josto VELASCO, Dave Velasco, Marilon Velasco, Kurt Daven Velasco, Eutemia DARAWAY, Domingo Daraway, Dolores Daraway, Domingo III Palekpek, Emersiano PARILLA, Mateo Parilla, Osamunda Patubo, Joy CORTEZ, Francisca LACANILAO, Normito Lacanilao, Charisma Lacanilao, Normito Zean GLORIA, Mark Anthony Cortez, Jean Cortez, Zeth Joshua PILAR, Jaypee Pilar, Jona Marie Pilar, Angel Mae Pilar, Nichole Pilar, Geraldine PALEKPEK, Merlito Palekpek, Cordanza Palekpek, Kristine Palekpek, Tracy Palekpek, Teresita ASUNCION, Philip Palekpek, Mikaella Palekpek, Chloe Sandrea BARBOSA, Nelson Barbosa, Mylene Barbosa, Bea Barbosa, Nelson

19 75 83 50 45 57 22 18 13 43 42 17 36 33 2 mos. 62 55 56 29 51 73 66 14 63 34 33 1 29 31 1 25 26 5 3 7 mos 48 47 15 9 77 19 18 1 week 37 35 13 12

18 A

19

20 A

21 22

Barbosa, Gaius Barbosa, Reynale BARBOSA, Maria Elizabeth Barbosa, Marlon Barbosa, Lambert SENICA, Nelson Senica, Fely Senica, Elmer Senica, Eddie Senica, Danny Senica, Daniel Senica, Gina SENICA, Nelson Jr. Senica, Janice Senica, Jefferson VIZARRA, Jerry Vizarra, Aida Vizarra, Gil Vizarra, Michelle VIZARRA, Rogelio Vizarra, Rodolfo Vizarra, Erlinda Vizarra, Rafael Vizarra, Reden Vizarra, Emilio Vizarra, Rose VIZARRA, Rogelio Jr. Vizarra, Gene Vizarra, Jonalyn VIZARRA, Romel Vizarra, Rosalinda Vizarra, Reynaline ESCOBAR, Joel Escobar, Nelly Escobar, Jomaria Escobar, Marjorie Escobar, Jasmine Joy Escobar, John Paul PADRE, Jay Padre, Elizabeth Padre, Lady Jane Padre, Jaqueline BAYGUEN, Mylene Bayguen, Roderick Bayguen, Jenny Bayguen, Reymark STA. MARIA, Michael

11 5 43 20 18 51 52 20 18 16 14 11 24 26 2 43 48 24 14 54 18 16 14 12 10 1 24 23 1 21 22 2 35 33 14 12 10 8 31 21 8 4 33 17 15 13 32

23 A

24 A

25

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29 A

Onel, Shirley Sta. Maria, Jae Cortez, Herbert ABINION, Angelita Cortez, Clarry Cortez, Dominador Cortez, Claudio Cortez, Maximo Cortez, Fernando ABINION, Jose Abinion, Cheryl Dela Rosa, Deryll Abinion, CJ Abinion, Cyrus CORTEZ, Luis Cortez, Wendell Cortez, Ismael Cortez, Rey Louie REALIN, Francisco Realin, Lolita Realin, Aileen ABELLA, George Abella, Jenifer Abella, Trisha Mae Abella, Derick PAET, Catalino Paet, Magdalena PAET, Mendrano Paet, Reynalda Paet, Aristed Paet, Rializa Paet, Lizel Ann OSALBO, Reynaldo Osalbo, Corazon PARILLA, Alfonso Parilla, Cristella Parilla, Leonard Parilla, Lean Cris PAA, Joby Paa, Charil Paa, Ivy Mae Paa, Cheryl PABLICO, Armando Pablico, Helena Pablico, Arvin Pablico, Aren Dave Pablico, Christian Arjay

34 4 38 71 35 52 50 48 46 34 30 12 8 2 54 19 15 4 58 58 35 36 33 9 4 87 79 57 50 33 27 20 55 56 55 49 19 16 36 36 6 4 45 41 21 18 10

30

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36 A

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39 A

Pablico, Archie Nico Pablico, Alyssa PAA, Silverio Paa, Juliet PAET, Sherwin Paet, Aileen Paet, Resurrecion Paet, Florante Paet, Antonio Paet, Justin PICO, Wainright Pico, Avelina Pico, Jayson Pico, Mylene VILLAFRANCA, Jay Villafranca, Jennifer Villafranca, Stephen Rhylle Villafranca, Luke Alexis Villafranca, Agatha Jei PAET, Marcelino Jr. Paet, Beatriz Paet, Marvin Paet, Darwin Paet, Arlyn Paet, Catherine Paet, Sherylyn SABALBURO, Pablito Sabalburo, Norma Sabalburo, Ashley Marinas, Francisca MARINAS, David Marinas, Juliet Cruz, Jethro ALASAAS, Joel Alasaas, Judylyn Alasaas, Phyle Justin Alasaas, Janrycelle PUNIO, Jonathan Punio, Josephin Punio, Carl Jayson Punio, Christian LOPEZ, Silvestre Lopez, Ofelia Lopez,Queenie Joy Lopez, Charles King PALECPEC, Carlito Palecpec, Josephin

9 5 68 33 39 27 48 41 49 2 61 60 25 23 37 37 11 8 6 54 51 24 21 20 18 13 38 39 11 70 44 39 9 32 32 7 4 32 26 6 4 41 43 7 5 46 40

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Palecpec, Cherry Palecpec, Allan Palecpec, Claudet REVENCHE, Carlito, Sr Revenche, Emalyn Revenche, Carlito, Jr. Revenche, Christony Revenche, Mark MARINAS, Juanito Marinas, Elma Marinas, Michelle ALASAAS, Efren Alasaas, Mary Jane Alasaas, Patrick Alasaas, Jharel Dave ALVIOR, Vicente, Jr Alvior, Dionisia Alvior, Janice Mae OSALVO, Aristotle Osalvo, Evangeline Osalvo, Calvin Sonic Osalvo, Patrick Ace Osalvo, Kate Padre, Alejandra GOROSPE, Jonathan Blanbo, Mercedes Gorospe, Joyce Peru, Mary Ann FAGELA, Gerardo, Sr Fagela, Remedios Fagela, Elizabeth Fagela, Gerardo, Jr Fagela, Vernie Jay PONCE, Nelso PARILLA, Randy Parilla, Editha Parilla, Joel Francis Parilla, Rexie Parilla, Randy, Jr Parilla, Inah Parilla, Angeline Parilla, John Michael Parilla, Reniel Parilla, Lea Parilla, John Vincent Parilla, Jose Parilla, Petra

21 16 13 50 49 24 20 16 48 52 18 34 32 11 9 64 62 19 41 40 15 12 11 72 43 79 17 16 48 47 23 22 14 42 47 45 21 19 16 15 13 8 7 4 2 60 92

49

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58 B

FINONES, Elizabeth Finones, Jhezel RAMIREZ, Joseph Ramirez, Gloria Pato, Ofelia Hicap, Lisley Anne JIMENES, Jun Padre, Vilma Padre, Vida Padre, Paul Daizon Jimenes, Vianca Jimenes, Kenneth VELASCO, Bong Velasco, Ignacia PAA, Johnny Paa, Marlyn Paa, Mar Johhn Paa, Joan Paa, Geraldine Paa, Jomar PAA, Rolando Paa, Thadeus Paa, Pacita Paa, John Meinard Paa, Julie Anne Paa, Mc Cloyd Paa, Blesila Joy Paa, Shawn Raphael FORMOSO, Romeo Formoso, Bernardina Formoso, Charles Harry Formoso, Rowell John PARACADA, Geronimo Paracada, Betty Paracada, Nina Kristina Paracada, Simonette Paracada, Prescila PESPES, Antonio Pespes, Christina Pespes, Jay Vhristian MANUEL, Jenalyn Manuel, Janelyn Manuel, Arth PADRE, Celso Padre, Jacquelyne Padre, April Joy ESMENA, Marlyn

36 32 73 69 57 7 40 40 17 14 7 5 41 73 48 47 27 25 22 7 68 38 17 15 14 11 5 48 45 14 13 47 47 14 10 4 54 49 21 27 8 5 61 18 16 25

59 60

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Esmena, Marl Gabriel Esmena, Mhia Shane PARACADA, Hipolito Paracada, Carlita PARACADA, Vicenta Obrero, Agnes PADRE, Clemente Padre, Lolita Padre, Claude Padre, Goldwyn Padre, Darrich PADRE, Marcelina Padre, Rosalina Padre, Rodencio Dnancing, Jessa Marie ORGANO, Herminia PADRE, Efren Padre, Rosita Padre, Teresiita Padre, JM Padre, Alejandra ANTALEON, Ereneo Berona, Nenita Antaleon, Ereneo, Jr Anteleon, Renel ANTALEON, Renette Baldora, Dave Walter Baldota, Nathan Kyle PAKIDING, Marlon Antaleon, Karen Pakiding, Kamille Pakiding, Karylle TACOYCOY, Wenceslao Tacoycoy, Joan Tacoycoy, Valerie Joy Tacoycoy, Misty Love Tacoycoy, Cassandra Tacoycoy, Joana Faith Tacpycoy, Judel PONCE, Rocky Ponce, Blisilda Ponce, Jessie Boy Ponce, Jennelyn Ponce, Jay ar Ponce, Jessa Ponce,Joy Ann Ponce, John Lloyd

2 1 month 68 69 76 25 53 49 15 12 10 42 57 47 5 82 56 56 52 4 72 48 53 24 15 26 6 4 28 19 1 5 months 40 24 13 11 5 3 1 40 37 19 13 11 9 7 1

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B 73 A

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TOLIO, Reynaldo Tolio, Mary Anne Tolio, Laarni Tolio, Raymart PONCE, Joey Ponce, Lilibeth Ponce, Trixie Nicole Ponce, Yan Yan VICENCIO, Jenner Vicencio, Jecel Vicencio, Jervie Vicencio, Jaylord Vicencio, Joshua Vicencio, Ian AYUP, Jefrey Ayup, Josephine Ayup, Cristel Jane VICENCIO, Emilou Vicencio, Maria Vicencio, Dee Jay Vicencio, Terenz Jan VICENCIO, Pabian Vicencio, Strella Vicencio, Sheryl Vicencio, Liezel Vicencio, Harvey Vicencio, Harold PASCUA, Raymond Pascua, Jenelyn Pascua, Alicia VICENCIO, Oscar Vicencio, Lourdes VICENCIO, Benedict Vicencio, Lourdes Vicencio, Diana May Vicencio, Princess Jane DOMINGO, Elli Domingo, Jennifer Domingo, Ralph Angelo Domingo, Chriistian Dominic VICENCIO, Dionisio Vicencio, Zenaida Vicencio, Jeffrey Vicencio, Jovanie Vicencio, Jomarie Vicncio, Jayson Vicencio, Jomela Jane

50 49 20 18 37 34 7 4 23 34 24 7 6 2 29 23 4 38 86 7 4 50 40 18 22 15 12 23 20 2 54 54 28 26 6 4 35 29 6 5 55 53 28 23 21 17 12

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Vicencio, Jexter Joy VICENCIO, BENJAMIN Vicencio, Edna Vicencio, Benjo Vicencio, Charles Vicencio, Ryan Vicencio, Russel SUELEN, Elizabeth Suelen, Eliza Ann Suelen, Jericho Suelen, Jestoni Suelen, John Kenneth PINON, Jomar Pinon, Mary Ann Pinon, Enrique Pinon, Jomar, Jr. PINON, George Pinon, Sussima PINON, Antonio, Jr Pinon, Imelda Pinon, Eldie Pinon, Michelle COBACO, Sulpicio Cobaco, Esther Cobaco, Helen Grace Cobaco, Maria Theresa Cobaco, Carizza Mae Cobaco, Juliana PADRE, Romy Padre, Marilou Padre, Edralina Padre, Aurelio PADRE, Patricio Padre, Margarita ASTRANDE, Henry Atrande, Mary Anne Astrande, Harold Astrande, Aldrie BALLESTEROS, Aurelio Ballesters, Fliciana Paa, Camillo Paa, Severino TIPALLO, Ricky, Sr Tipallo, Aurifelle Tipallo, Bianca Nicole Tipallo, Ricky, Jr Tipallo, Neo Christian

10 57 37 37 20 19 17 28 5 4 3 1 24 26 4 2 53 50 58 50 26 15 54 53 18 15 12 75 49 52 84 57 82 76 32 26 6 4 62 61 52 56 36 29 5 1 6 mon.

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PASTOR, Gorgina Badiola, Princess Badiola, Peter June Alonzo, Kaycee Madriaga, Lucia PAA, Florentin Bunoan, Naividad PADRE, Cornelia GACILAN, Jeffrey, Sr Gacilan, Nova Gacilan, Regine Antonette Gacilan, Jeffrey, Jr Gacilan, Laika Gacilan, Angelica Grace PADRE, William Padre, Segundo Padre, Maria Cristina Padre, Nichol Jan Padre, Nathan Jan Padre, Concption AYSON, Dante Ayson, Mageline Ayson, Nadine Alison FARPARI, Billy Farpari, Annabel Farpari, Phoona Farpari, Phoeolene Farpari, Virgilio PACLEB, Lorenzo CORPUZ, Dante Corpuz, Rosalie Corpuz, BJ Corpuz, Clyde Corpuz, Kathlyn Corpus, Chelsea CORPUZ, Narcico, Jr Corpuz, Margie Corpuz, John Kenneth Corpuz, Ester VELASCO, Rodel Velasco, Adora Velasco, Van Ray Wildel VELASCO, Venancio Velasco, Cecilia Velasco, Ruben CORPUZ, Victor Corpuz, Maribel

64 17 16 8 90 60 84 63 43 38 14 9 5 1 43 83 43 16 14 51 25 26 14 29 35 1 1 mon. 71 78 30 27 8 7 5 2 31 6 mon 69 42 42 10 65 63 31 35 34

98 A

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Corpuz, Nicka Corpuz, Vithas Corpus, Vincent Corpuz, Evan PIANO, Josefina Paz, Christian Paz, Christopher Piano, Kornelius Piano, Modesta DENILA, Rolando, Jr Piano, Neil Joy Nicholas, Joseph Ran Nicholas, Jared Papha RAPISURA, Eduardo apisura, Emelita LUMANTA, Anthony Peru, Evarose Peru, Jim Carle PERU, Rodel Peru, Marichu Peru, Jim Russel Peru, Princess Laurence NOBLE, Magdalena Noble, Maria Meric RAPISURA, Edzel VICENCIO, Efren Sandoval, Mary Grace PIZARRO, Jomar Bautista, Emelita Pizarro, AJ MURGADO, Dennis Murgado, Monica Murgado, Dennise MURGADO, Dante Murgado, Maricel Murgado, Danny Boy PIZARRO, Edmar Delos Santos, Nancy Pizarro, John Paul Pizarro, Alleizah DUMENDEN, Roderick PERU, Henaro Peru, Suzima Peru, Crista Mae Peru, Jaylord ORIO, Edward Peru, Jenny

14 12 8 6 52 10 7 6 85 29 27 4 2 40 52 26 22 2 27 22 3 1 44 13 Not interviewed 29 23 26 27 1 22 19 2 51 45 20 32 32 4 8 mos. 34 51 41 10 8 24 17

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113 A

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DUMENDEN, Felipe Dumenden, Evelyn Dumenden, Jayson Dumenden, Stephen Dumenden, Angelo PERU, Roberto Peru, Lourdes Peru, Ester NATIVIDAD, Dominic Natividad, Loribeth Natividad, John Angelo PERU, Marlon Peru, Melita Peru, Mark Ivan Peru, Irish Miel FERNANDEZ, Ariel Fernandez, Christian Fernandez, MaryJane ALCALDE, Leticia Alcalde, Jay-Ar Alcalde, John Michael RAPISURA, Alejandro Rapisura, Kristalin PESQUIZA, Roberto Pesquiza, Emelia Pesquiza, Kenneth PESQUIZA, Roberto Jr. Pesquiza, Margie Pesquiza, Ruby VICENCIO, Merlinda Vicencio, Wilfredo Vicencio, Elmer Vicencio, Jeffrey Vicencio, Romel Vicencio, Benjie PACPACO, Jeffrey Pacpaco, Divine Grace Pacpaco, Jefferson Pacpaco, Jonathan Pacpaco, Gerald Pacpaco, Jacob ABARQUEZ, Dolores PACLEB, Pablo Pacleb, Juanita PACLEB, Delfin Pacleb, Flordelita Pacleb, Daphny Jay

62 58 27 26 24 68 52 32 22 19 1 31 30 9 mos. 3 36 15 34 50 17 10 67 13 62 59 16 30 28 1 53 55 27 30 16 14 32 33 8 7 4 9 mos. Not Interviewed 66 57 33 30 12

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Pacleb, Carlo James RAPISURA, Jose Rapisura, Marites Rapisura, Jomar Rapisura, Joel Rapisura, Angelica Rapisura, Ryan Rapisura, Marie Rapisura, Michael Jerome VICENCIO,Manuel Vicencio, Evangeline Vicencio, Michael Vicencio, Jayson Vicencio, Macaria VICENCIO, Wilbert Vicencio, Cherry Vicencio, Micah Nicole Vicencio, Crisencia RAPISURA, Rolando Rapisura, Josephine Rapisura, Imee Rapisura, Christopher Rapisura, Christine Rapisura, Christian Rapisura, John Paul RAPISURA, Celia ASTRANDE, Darren King Astrande, Marjorie Astrande, Mary Grace Astrande, Elizabeth ARCAPERLAS, Dionisio Arcaperlas, Juliana Arcaperlas, Veleriana PERU, Milanio Peru, Alicia VICENCIO, Jorge Bana, Carolina Vicencio, Judel Bana, Charmie Rose Vicencio, Bryan Vicencio, Ryan VICENCIO, Carmen Pizarro, Richard Palos, Francisco VICENCIO, Paulino Vicencio, Erlinda Vicencio, Valentino

10 41 34 16 14 12 10 8 5 37 39 15 14 82 21 22 1 54 48 36 18 13 12 8 5 43 24 22 2 7 mos. 70 71 45 56 56 47 48 14 13 12 12 69 47 26 58 52 16

B 130 A B

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VICENCIO, Marvin Vicencio, Maricar PIZARRO, Paul Pizarro, Marina PIZARRO, Rachele Ann Miranda, Honey Grace Miranda, Daniel LAURENTE, Johnny Pacada, Alma Pacada, Daniela Ariel PACADA, Florante Pacada, Angelica Pacada, Demetria RAPISURA, Gregorio Rapisura, Mercy Rapisura, Lianna Rapisura, Ashlee Rapisura, Raven Rapisura, Aileen Rapisura, Dorothea SIQUIG, Ernani Siquig, Rochelle Siquig, Jerome Dominic Siquig, April Joy Siquig, Rachelle Anne CUARTELON, Rolendo Cuartelon, Angelica Cuartelon, Sylvia Cuartelon, Eduardo Cuartelon, Querubin Era Cuartelon, John Mark RAPISURA, Damian Rapisura, Teresita Rapisura, Mark Nathaniel Rapisura, Alejandria DASALLA,Fernando Dasalla, Julieta Bosque, Demetrio Cruz, Debbie Ann Cruz, Elson Cruz, Pamela Cruz, Echo Deu Brian Dasalla, Clyde Dasalla, Janella BOSQUE, Juanito Bosque, Zenaida Paranda, Jeremy

27 2 48 46 22 4 3 33 31 7 42 11 52 43 38 16 15 9 7 72 34 34 12 9 7 45 23 44 21 17 5 42 50 3 76 45 49 87 26 22 24 20 16 10 65 61 13

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PIANO, Moises Piano, Josephine Piano,Mark Janley Piano,Alyssa BOLOR, Jerry Bolor, Aila Bolor, Jennifer Bolor, Edison Bolor, Jenalyn Bolor, Ednalyn Bolor, Aiza Bolor, Nova BOLOR, Edgar Bolor, Marilyn Bolor, Danielle Bolor, Marisol Bolor, Marielle Bolor, Christian Jay Bolor, Edmar ARMANDICO, Lawrence Armandico, Maryjane Armandico, Sheryl Armandico, Gerald Armandico, Sam Lester PACURZA, Basilio Pacurza, Corazon Pacurza, Madelyn BARRE, Moises Pacurza, Madelein Barre, Jomarie Barre, Jasmine MADRIAGA, Maximo Madriaga, Francisca Longoria, Henry Longoria , Ianis BOCARILE, Carlos Bocarile, Julieta Bocarile, Cristine PAGUIRAGAN, Edgar Paguiragan, Kim Garlene Paguiragan, Vince Aren Paguiragan, Princess Ihya Nicolia PARANADA, Roger Paranada, Lailani Paranada, Florentina Paranada, Florentina Paranada, Jellina Ann

36 32 11 2 40 37 17 12 10 8 4 2 38 39 20 13 12 11 9 36 28 13 11 4 44 60 17 20 20 2 1 50 51 23 22 33 48 15 45 22 14 6 39 36 54 8 6

147 148 A

149 A B

150

151 A B

152 153 A

154 A

155 156

PARANADA, Nelson Paranada, Arceli Paranada, Arnel Valencia, Herminigilda PARANADA, Aniceto PARANADA, Mario Paranada, May Nimfa Paranada, Lymar Paranada, Francine Paranada, Marklen PARANADA, Alberto Paranada, Monica ALGARA, Danillo Algara, Dan Laurence Algara, Dan Laurence PARANADA, Danilo Paranada, Joselyn Paranada, Jansen Dave Paranada, Justine Paranada, Danica Joyce PARANADA, Monico PARANADA, Monimar Paranada, Patricia Paranada, Shaira Nicole BEROA, Orlino Beroa, Maryjane Beroa, Mark Louie Beroa, Mark Jay BOCARILE, Lourdes PLANA, Bernardio Plana, Rosalina Plana, Bernadette Plana, Beverly Plana, Bryan OBRERO, Oligario Obrero, Lailani Obrero, Vicky OBRERO, Salvador Obrero, Mercy Obrero, Kc Lyn Obrero, Mark Jade Obrero, Sheena Mae QUITORIANO, Jeffrey Quitoriano, Glean Quitoriano, Hans Raven Quitoriano, Kyle VELASCO, Agustin

41 37 17 49 80 41 31 9 5 3 52 60 25 24 3 43 34 10 6 4 46 53 24 2 27 21 2 2 76 38 39 14 9 8 60 22 21 36 35 13 10 7 28 32 8 7 77

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PAET, Norly Paet, Jonalyn Paet, Alona Jadi VICENCIO, Guadalupe VICENCIO, Salvador Vicencio, Marilou Vicencio, Marlyn Vicencio, Marvin Vicencio, Marimar VICENCIO, Marlon Vicencio, Melisa Vicencio, Marc Louie Vicencio, Marvin Louis PAET, Edgar Paet, Maricar Paet, Jared Mar MADRIAGA, Eugenia Madriaga, Miguel MADRIAGA, Albert Madriaga, Lilibeth Madriaga, Angela Madriaga, Arlene Madriaga, Aljun Madriaga, Alvin PAA, Renato Paa, Liza Paa, Reynalita MONTANO, Daniel Montano, Victoria Montano, Jesse Montano, Jaesper Montano, Jolina Montano, Jan-jan VICENCIO, Lucrecia Vicencio, Roy VICENCIO, Russel Vicencio, Jennifer GALLARDO, Christian Gallardo, Ruby Gallardo, John Cris RAMOS, Jorito Ramos, Caroline Ramos, Benedict Ramos, Hailey Marie TABUSARE, Carlito Tabusare, Estefania

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PAA, Melchor Paa, Mely Paa, Nino Paul Paa, John Dave Paa, Vincent John Paa, Gian Carlo Paa, Ma. Princess Alyna BANAYOS, Crisencio Banayos, Rosalina Banayos, Merlita BANAYOS, Noli Banayos, Jonatilla Banayos, Julianne Banayos,Jaybee Kevin CLARIN, Maria Margarette Clarin, Richmund PAA, Nelson Paa, Ruby Paa, Ronalyn Paa, Rexan Paa, Rosejean Paa, Rhea Mae Paa, Rhyana VELASCO, Ronald Velasco, Lea Velasco , Paul Benedict PAA, Bonifacio PERU , Jose Jr. Peru, Marilyn Peru, Aileen Peru, Arleen Peru, Jomar VELASCO, Ludivina PERU, Romeo Peru, Jovie Peru, Jay R Peru, Jerome Peru, Nicole PERU, Lorisa Peru, Alyssa Joy Peru, Mara Sufia PERU, Juanito MARDUQUIO, Leandro Marduquio, Belen Marduquio, Marjorie Marduquio, Bernard

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DACAYAN, Felix Dacayan, Aida Dacayan, Aris Dacayan, Jubelyn Dacayan, Alex Dacayan, Evangeline Dacayan , Felix Jr. Dacayan, Flixer Dacayan, Jenilyn Dacayan, Danyca DE LOS SANTOS, Allan de los Santos, Amy de los Santos, Mike James de los Santos, Precious de los Santos, Mary Ann DACAYAN, Bernardo Dacayan, Pascuala Dacayan, Mehai Dacayan, Ave Dacayan, Benedict DACAYAN, Mark Angelo Dacayan, Melanie DACAYAN, Allan Dacayan, Allan Kit Bilen, Danilyn DACAYAN, Marco Dacayan, Marc Joshua Dacayan, Melissa PAA, Antonia Paa, Marife Paa, Melchor Paa, Anthony Paa, Maria Claire Paa, Marie Rose TUBIAS, Remigio Tubias, Pacita Tubias, Randy Tubias, Sherwin Tubias, Rbamsey TUBIAS, Ariel Campos, Aurora Shiela ALGARA, Vic Algara, Jane Algara, Vhee Jay Algara, Ivan ALGARA, Armando Algara, Crispina

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29 26 8 4 34 35 9 8 2 50 50 18

TABLE 1 AGE AND SEX RATIO AGE 0-1 year 1 yr.& 6 mos.-6 yrs. 7-14 years 15-18 years 19-24 years 25-45 years 46-49 years 50-59 years 60 & above TOTAL N 22 97 148 67 90 231 39 75 64 833 MALE % 2.64 11.64 17.77 8.04 10.8 27.73 4.68 9 7.68 100 N 28 97 127 47 76 205 39 71 89 779 FEMALE % 3.59 12.45 16.30 6.03 9.76 26.32 5 9.11 11.42 100 N 50 194 275 114 166 436 78 146 153 1612 TOTAL % 3.10 12.03 17.06 7.07 10.3 27.05 4.84 9.06 9.49 100

Shown in Table 1 is the age and sex ratio of the residents in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The greater number, 231(27.73%) of the male residents and 205(26.32%) of the female belongs to the age bracket 25 to 45 years old, while the least 22(2.64%) of the male residents belong to the age bracket 0 to 1 year old and 28(3.59%) of the female residents belong to 0 to 1year old. As a whole, most of the residents, 436(27.05%) belong to 25 to 45 age bracket. The figure implies that most of the residents in Brangay Taleb belong to the middle adulthood stage which means that there are less dependent members of the population.

250 200 150 100 50 0 0-1 year 1 yr. & 6 7-14 years 15-18 mos.-6 years yrs. 19-24 years 25-45 years 46-49 years 50-59 years 60 & above Male Female

TABLE 2 RELIGION RELIGION ROMAN CATHOLIC BORN AGAIN IGLESIA NI CRISTO PENTECOST METHODIST BAPTIST JEHOVAH WITNESS TOTAL N 1522 15 6 9 8 33 19 1612 % 94.42 0.93 0.37 0.56 0.5 2.05 1.18 100

Table 2 presents the type of religion in which the residents in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur are affiliated to. There are 1,522(94.42%) of the residents who are Roman Catholic; Baptist with 33(2.05%); Jehovahs Witness, 19(1.18%); Born Again, 15(.93%); Pentecost, nine(0.56%); Methodist, eight(0.5%); and, Iglesia ni Cristo, six(.37%) The figure implies that most of the residents are Roman Catholic which could mean that this type of religion is being passed by from one generation to another.

TABLE 3 CIVIL STATUS (15 YEARS AND ABOVE) CIVIL STATUS MARRIED SINGLE TOTAL N 732 357 1089 % 67.22 32.78 100

Table 3 presents the civil status of the 1,089 residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur who are 15 years and above. There are 732(67.22%) who are married and 357(32.78%) are single The figure could imply that majority of the residents are married.

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TABLE 4 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT (7 YEARS AND ABOVE) EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT DOCTORAL GRADUATE DOCTORAL LEVEL MASTERAL LEVEL COLLEGE GRADUATE COLLEGE LEVEL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL ELEMENTARY GRADUATE ELEMENTARY LEVEL NO SCHOOLING NOT SPECIFIED TOTAL N 1 1 1 189 135 251 238 225 290 12 2 1368 % 0.07 0.07 0.07 13.82 9.86 18.35 17.39 16.45 21.2 0.88 0.15 100

Table 4 presents the educational attainment among 7 years old and above of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 290(21.29%) residents who finished elementary level; 225(16.45%), elementary graduate; 238 (17.39%), high school level; 251(18.35&), high school graduate; 135(9.86%), college level; 189(13.82%), college graduate; and, one (0.07%) each for doctoral graduate, doctoral level and MA level. The findings imply that most of the residents obtained elementary level.

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TABLE 5 OCCUPATION OCCUPATION NON- PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL NOT SPECIFIED NONE/UNEMPLOYED TOTAL N 507 83 67 319 976 % 51.95 8.5 6.86 32.68 100

Shown in Table 15 is the occupation of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 507(51.95%) residents who are non-professional workers; and, 67(6.86%) did not specify their occupation. This only implies that most of the residents are not professional workers such as farmers, vendors, tricycle driver, carpenter and labourer.

600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Non-Professional Professional Not Specified None/Unemployed

TABLE 6 FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME 20,001 & ABOVE 15,001-20,000 10,001-15,000 5001-10,000 5,000 & BELOW PENSION NOT SPECIFIED NONE TOTAL N 25 12 22 82 214 1 61 6 423 % 5.91 2.84 5.2 19.39 50.59 0.24 14.42 1.42 100

Table 6 shows the family monthly income of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 214 (50.59%) families with a family income ranging from 5,000 and below; 82(19.39%), 5001 to 10,000; 61(14.42%) did not specify their monthly income; 25 (5.91%), 20, 001 and above; 22 (5.2%), 10,001 to 15,000; 12(2.84%), 15, 001 to 20, 000; 6(1.42%), with no income at all as claimed ; and, one (0.24%) receiving income through pension. The result implies that the average monthly income of most families in Brgy. Taleb is 5,000 and below. But despite of the low income, they can still seek health care services.

250 200 150 100 50 0 20,001 & above 15,001 20,000 10,001 15,000 5001 10,000 5,000 & below Pension Not specified None

TABLE 7 BIRTH ATTENDANT BIRTH ATTENDANT DOCTOR MIDWIFE HILOT NURSE NOT SPECIFIED TOTAL N 85 114 7 1 3 210 % 40.48 54.29 3.33 0.48 1.43 100

Presented in table 7 is the person who attended to the 0-5 children during their delivery. One hundred fourteen (54.29%) children were delivered by a midwife; 85(40.48%), doctor; seven (3.33%) delivered by a hilot; three (1.43%) did not specify; and, only one (0.48%) child was delivered by a nurse. The finding implies that most of the 0-5 children were delivered by midwife which means that the residents prefer to be attended by a health care professional for safety reasons.

120 100 80 60 40 20 0 DOCTOR MIDWIFE HILOT NURSE NOT SPECIFIED

TABLE 8 IMMUNIZATION STATUS IMMUNIZATION STATUS COMPLETE INCOMPLETE ON GOING NOT IMMUNIZED NO IDEA TOTAL N 163 9 36 1 1 210 % 77.62 4.29 17.14 0.48 0.48 100

Table 8 shows the immunization status of 0-5 years old children in barangay Taleb, Bantay Ilocos Sur. There are 163(77.62%) 0-5 children who are completely immunized; 36(17.14%), ongoing; 9(4.29%) with incomplete immunization status; one(0.48%) who is not yet immunized; and one (0.48%) is with parents who have no idea whether the child has been immunized or not. The findings imply that majority of children ages 0-5 are completely immunized, which means that the residents in Barangay Taleb is aware of the importance of immunization.

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TABLE 9 PRESENCE OF IMMUNIZATION CARD PRESENCE OF IMMUNIZATION CARD YES NO NO IDEA TOTAL N 192 5 13 210 % 91.43 2.38 6.19 100

Table 9 shows the presence of immunization card of 0-5 children. One hundred sixty two (91.43%) 0-5 children have an immunization card; 13 (6.19%) with parents who have no idea whether the child has been issued an immunization card or not; and, five (2.38%) has no immunization card. The findings imply that majority of the children 0-5 years old have an immunization card, which manifest that they have been to the health care centers for immunization as well as baby check up.

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TOTAL 10 AGE AT FIRST PREGNANCY (15-45 YEARS OLD, FEMALE MARRIED) AGE AT FIRST PREGNANCY 15-20 21-25 26-30 31-40 41-45 N/A TOTAL N 66 80 35 16 3 11 211 % 31.28 37.91 16.59 7.58 1.42 5.21 100

Shown in table 10 is the age at first pregnancy of the 211 female married at productive age (1545) in Taleb, st Ilocos Sur. There are 80 (37.91%) female married whose age at first pregnancy ranges from 21-25 years old; 66 (31.28%), 15-20 years; 35 (16.59 %), 26-30 years; 16 (7.58%), 31-40 years; 11 (5.21%), have not been pregnant; and, three (1.42 %) female married whose age at first pregnancy ranges from 41-45 years old. The findings imply that most of the female married had their first pregnancy at the age ranges from 21-25 years old which is safe for them to have their pregnancy.

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TABLE 11 NUMBER OF CHILDREN (FOR MWRA) NUMBER OF CHILDREN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TOTAL N 10 62 56 33 27 11 4 4 2 1 1 211 % 4.74 29.38 26.54 15.64 12.8 5.21 1.9 1.9 0.95 0.47 0.47 100

Shown in table 11 is the number of children of married women at reproductive age (15-45 y/o) in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Most of the 211 married women at reproductive age (62 or 29.38%) have one child: 56 (26.54 %) have two children; 33(15.64%), three children; 27 (12.8%), four children; 11(%.21%), five children; 10 women (4.74%) dont have any child; four mothers each (4 or 1.9%) have six and seven children; two (2 or 0.95%), eight children; and, one (1 or 0.47%) mother each has nine and ten children.

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TABLE 12 NUMBER OF MISCARRIAGE (15-45 YEARS OLD FEMALE MARRIED) NUMBER OF MISCARRIAGE 0 1 2 3 TOTAL N 178 20 5 8 211 % 84.36 9.48 2.37 3.79 100

Table 12 shows the number of miscarriage as claimed by the married women ages 15-45 years old in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Out of 211 married women ages 15-45 years old; 178 (84.36%) did not experience any miscarriage during their pregnancy period. A total of 20(9.48%) go through it once, eight (8 or 3.79%) married women at reproductive age experienced it thrice; and five (5 or 2.37%) women go through it twice. This implies that most married women ages 15-45 years old do not experienced any miscarriage which means that they do their best to take care of their pregnancy and avoid any harmful situations which can lead to miscarriage. This also implies that not all female married at reproductive age have regular pre-natal check-ups and perhaps does not know the importance of such.

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TABLE 13 BREASTFEEDING AMONG 0-3 YEARS OLD CHILDREN BREAST FEEDING STATUS YES NO TOTAL N 95 15 110 % 86.36 13.64 100

Table13 shows the breastfeeding status among 0-3 year old children in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Out of 110 mothers, 95(86.36%) prefers breastfeeding their children and only 15 mothers (13.64%) opt not to breastfed their children. The findings imply that most of the mothers in Barangay Taleb prefers breastfeeding their 0-3 year old child. This shows that most mothers in Brgy, Taleb believes that breastfeeding is a healthy practice. This could help them in rising a healthy child for breast milk is a rich source of vitamins and minerals.

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TABLE 14 AGE OF BABY WHEN BREASTFEEDING STOPPED (0-3) AGE OF BABY 1-6 MONTHS 7-11 MONTHS 1-2 YEARS 3 YEARS OLD BREASTFEEDING - ON GOING NO RESPONSE TOTAL N 11 6 24 1 50 3 95 % 11.58 6.32 25.26 1.1 52.63 3.16 100

Table 14 shows when breastfeeding stopped among children 0-3 year old of Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The greatest number of babies, 50 (52.63%) shows that they are still being breastfed; 24 (25.26%), stopped being breastfed at age 1-2 years; 11 (11.58%), 1-6 months of age; six (6 or 6.32%), 711 months; three (3 or 3.16%) has no response; and, one (1 or 1.1%) stopped being breastfed at the age of 3 years old. This implies that most of the children in Barangay Taleb are still being breastfed which shows that mothers have knowledge on the advantages/benefits of breastfeeding.

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TABLE 15 REASON FOR NOT BREASTFEEDING REASON FOR NOT BREASTFEEDING NO MILK WORK CHILD GROWING UP OWN CHOICE NO IDEA MOTHER WITH HEART DISEASE TOTAL N 6 3 1 3 1 1 15 % 40 20 6.67 20 6.67 6.67 100

Table 15 presents the reason for not breastfeeding among mothers in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are six (6 or 40%) mothers who claimed that their reason of not breastfeeding is no milk production; three (3 or 20%) mothers are busy on their own work; three (3 or 20%) said that its their own choice; one (1 or 6.67%) mother verbalized that her child is growing up, one (1 or 6.67%) mother with heart disease and one (1 or 6.67%) mother doesnt have any idea on the importance of breastfeeding. The findings imply that they dont have enough knowledge on the benefits of breast feeding and they have lack of knowledge on how to stimulate the production of breast milk.

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TABLE 16 FOODS GIVEN TO THE BABIES AFTER MOTHER STOPPED BREASTFEEDING THEM FOODS GIVEN AM/ SEGGET KARABASA CERELAC SABA INFANT FORMULA CRACKERS LUGAW RICE KAMOTE MILO FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BREASTFEEDING ON GOING NOODLES NONE TOTAL N 5 7 3 15 30 3 9 34 12 1 2 3 1 6 131 % 3.81 5.34 2.29 11.45 22.9 2.29 6.87 25.95 9.2 0.76 1.53 2.29 0.76 4.59 100

Table 16 shows the food given to the babies by the mothers in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur after breastfeeding them. Thirty four respondents (34 or 25.95%) said that they give rice; 30 (22.9%), infant formula; 15 (11.45%) give saba to their babies; 12 (9.2%), kamote; seven (7 or 5.34%), karabasa; six (6 or 4.58%) did not answer the question; five (5 or 3.81%), AM/segget; three (3 or 2.29%), each for cerelac, crackers and breast feeding-ongoing; and one (1 or 0.76 %), each for milo and noodles.
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TABLE 17 FAMILY METHOD USED BY MARRIED COUPLES AT REPRODUCTIVE AGE FAMILY PLANNING METHOD USED ABSTINENCE PILLS LIGATION WITHDRAWAL INJECTION CONDOM RHTYHM NONE TOTAL N 4 70 15 5 10 3 2 102 211 % 1.9 33.18 7.11 2.37 4.74 1.42 0.95 48.34 100

Table 17 shows the number of family method used by married couples at reproductive age in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. One hundred two (102 or 48.34%), do not use any family method; 70 (33.18%) women take pills; 15 (7.11%) women undergone ligation; 10 (4.74%) uses injectible; five (5 or 2.37%) uses withdrawal method; four (4 or 1.9%) couples practice abstinence; three (3 or 1.42%), condom; and, two (2 or 0.95%) uses rhythm as their family method. The finding implies that most married couples at reproductive age prefer not to use any family planning method. This also denotes that they do not know the importance of family planning method for the welfare of their family and whole community.

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TABLE 18 RELIGION AFFECT THE DECISION OF THE MWRA REGARDING THE USE OF FAMILY PLANNING METHOD DECISION YES NO NO RESPONSE TOTAL N 7 166 38 211 % 3.32 78.67 18.01 100

Table 18 shows if religion affects the decision of the MWRA regarding the use of family planning method in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. One hundred sixty six (166 or 78.67%) married women at reproductive age (MWRA) claimed that their religion do not affect their decision in the choice of family planning method; 38 (18 01%) did not respond; and, seven (7 or 3.32%) agreed that their religion affect their decision in the choice of family planning method used. This implies that the religion of the majority of the MWRAs do not affect their choice of family planning method.

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TABLE 19 FAMILY PLANNING METHOD THAT MARRIED COUPLES AT REPRODUCTIVE AGE WANT TO KNOW FAMILY PLANNING METHOD INJECTION LIGATION PILLS CONDOM RHYTHM IUD N/A NONE TOTAL N 6 3 24 1 4 1 5 167 211 % 2.84 1.42 11.37 0.47 1.9 0.47 2.37 79.15 100

Shown in Table 19 is the family planning method that married couples at reproductive age want to know in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay. One hundred sixty seven (167 or 79.15%) answered none; and, one (1 or 47%) answered condom and IUD respectively. Knowing about family planning methods may not be applicable for five (5 or 2.37%) couples since two of them are single mothers, while, the three are live-in-partners. The figures imply that majority of the couples are not interested to know about family planning method.

Injection Ligation Pills Condom Rhythm IUD N/A None

TABLE 20 TYPE OF DWELLING STRUCTURE TYPE OF DWELLING STRUCTURE LIGHT MEDIUM HEAVY TOTAL N 25 82 222 329 % 7.6 24.92 67.48 100

Table 20 presents the type of dwelling structure in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Two hundred twenty two (222 or 67.48%) of the households are of heavy dwelling structure; 82(24.92%), medium dwelling structure; and, 25(7.6%) of the households are of light dwelling structure. The figures could indicate that the majority of the households are of heavy dwelling structure.

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TABLE 21 REAL PROPERTY STATUS REAL PROPERTY OWNED OWNED BY RELATIVE RENTED OTHERS (OWNED BY PARENTS) FAMILY HOUSE CARETAKER TOTAL N 215 97 6 5 5 1 329 % 65.35 29.48 1.82 1.52 1.52 0.30 100

Table 21 presents the ownership of the real properties of the residents in Taleb,Bantay Ilocos Sur. Two hundred fifteen (215 or 65.35%) of the residents own the lot where their house are constructed/situated; 97(29.48%), owned by their relative; six (1.82%) are renting; five (1.5 %), owned by their parents; five (1.52%), stay in their family house; and, one (0.30%) is taken charged by a care taker. The findings imply that most of the lot and house in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur are owned by the residents.

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TABLE 22 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ELECTRICAL CONNECTION YES NO TOTAL N 316 13 329 % 96.05 3.95 100

Shown in table 22 is the number of households having electrical connection in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 316(96.5%) households with electrical connection; and, 13(3.95%) households with no electrical connection. The figure could mean that most of the households in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur are with electrical connection.

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TABLE 23 APPLIANCES OWNED APPLIANCES RADIO REFRIGERATOR VCD/DVD ELECTRICFAN TELLEVISION AM/FM CASSETTE GAS RANGE AIR CONDITION MICROWAVE OVEN FLAT IRON WASHING MACHINE COMPUTER RICE COOCKER WATER DISPENSER GAS STOVE ELECTIC THERMOS COFEE MAKER NONE TOTAL N 270 211 180 299 289 129 177 21 3 6 41 38 24 16 16 3 1 1 1 1726 % 15.64 12.22 10.43 17.32 16.74 7.47 10.25 1.22 0.17 0.35 2.38 2.20 1.39 0.93 0.93 0.17 0.06 0.06 0.06 100

Presented in table 23 are the appliances owned by the families in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 299(17.32%) families with electric fan; 289(16.74%) have TV; 270 (15.6%), radio; 211 (12.22%), refrigerator; 180(10.43%), VCD/DVD; 177(10.25%), gas range; 129(17.47%), am/fm cassette; 41 (2.38%), flat iron; 38(2.20%), washing machine; 24(1.39%), computer; 21(1.22%), air-condition; 16(0.93%), rice cooker and water dispenser; six (0.35%), oven; three (0.17%), microwave and gas stove; and, one(0.06%)each with electric thermos, coffeemaker and with no appliances. The figure implies that a greater number of residents prefer to use electric fan because of the hot temperature during sunny days.

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TABLE 24 FOOD STORAGE FOOD STORAGE CABINET LAKASA COVERED BY PLATE REFRIGERATOR BASKET CASSEROLE TUPPER WARE METAL/PLASTIC CONTAINER MICROWAVE OVEN N/A TOTAL N 93 2 114 214 50 3 11 1 2 5 495 % 18.79 0.40 23.03 43.23 10.10 0.61 2.22 0.20 0.40 1.01 10O

Table 24 shows the food storage of the families in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 214(43.23%) families who store their food in the refrigerator; 114(23.03%), in covered plate; 93(18.79%), cabinets; 50(10.10%), basket; 11(2.22%), Tupperware; 3(0.61%), casserole; 2(0.40%), microwave oven; 1(0.20%), metal or plastic container; while, five (1.01%) families do not store their food. The finding implies that the majority of the families prefer to store their food in the refrigerator because its temperature could help preserve their food.

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TABLE 25 DRINKING WATER SOURCE DRINKIGN WATER SOURCE ELECTRIC PUMP NAWASA WATER PUMP DEEP WELL MINERAL WATER SHALLOW DUG WELL PURIFIED WATER SPRING TOTAL N 9 144 55 60 36 2 1 100 407 % 2.21 35.38 13.51 14.74 8.85 0.49 0.25 24.57 100.00

Table 25 present the drinking water source of the residents in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 144 (35.38%) families whose source of drinking water is from the NAWASA; 100 (24.57%), spring; 60 (14.74%), deep well; 55(13.54%) water pump 36(8.85%), mineral water; nine (2.21%), electric pump; two (0.49%) shallow dug well; and, one (0.25%) have purified water for drinking. The findings imply that most of the families uses deep well, shallow dug well and water pump as their source of drinking water which could be contaminated with disease causing microorganism.

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TABLE 26 DRINKING WATER STORAGE STATUS DRINKING WATER STORAGE COVERED UNCOVERED NOT SPECIFIED TOTAL N 414 7 2 423 % 97.87 1.66 0.47 100.00

Presented in table 26 is the drinking water storage of the residents in Taleb, Banitay, Ilocos Sur. The majority of the families, 414(97.87%), are covering their drinking water storage; and, only seven (1.66%) families are not covering their drinking water storage. The findings could mean that some families drink water that could be contaminated with bacteria due to uncovered storage that may lead to infections and other disease.

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TABLE 27 DRINKING WATER STORAGE DRINKING WATER STORAGE WATER JUG BOTTLE PITCHER WATER DISPENSER GALLON PALE NONE (DIRECT FROM FAUCET) DAMILI CARAMBA GLASS DRUM TUMBLER TOTAL N 202 86 77 44 11 10 7 2 1 1 1 2 444 % 45.50 19.37 17.34 9.91 2.47 2.25 1.57 0.45 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.45 100

Shown in table 27 is the drinking water storage of the residents in barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 202(45.50%) families who are storing their water in a water jug; 86(19.37%), bottle; 77(17.34%), pitcher; 44(9.91%), water dispenser; 11(2.27%), gallon; ten (2.25%), pale; seven (1.51%), none (direct from the faucet); two (0.45%), damili and tumbler respect0ively; and, one(0.23%), caramba, glass and drum respectively. The findings could mean that some families are resourceful because they are using recyclable thing like bottles but they may not be aware of the possible consequences/effects of over using water bottles on ones health.
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TABLE 28 WAYS OF WATER TREATMENT WATER TREATMENT BOILING CLORINATED NONE ALKALINIZATION TOTAL N 41 9 372 1 423 % 9.69 2.13 87.94 0.24 100

Table 28 presents the ways of water treatment by the families in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 372 (87.94%) families who are not treating their drinking water; 40 (9.69%), boiling; nine (9 or 2.13%), chlorinate; and, one (1 or 0.24%) do alkalinization. The figure implies that majority of the families in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur are directly drinking their water without treating it.

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TABLE 29 DRINKING DIRECTLY FROM THE SOURCE DRINKING DIRECTLY FROM THE SOURCE YES NO TOTAL N 372 51 423 % 87.94 12.06 100

Table 29 shows whether the families of Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur drink water directly from the source or not. There are 372 (87.94%) families who drink directly from the source; while, 51 (12.06%) of them claimed not drinking directly from the source. The figure implies that most of the families drink their water directly from the source.

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TABLE 30 WATER DRAINAGE FROM THE SINK WATER DIRECTLY FROM THE SINK OPEN BLIND NONE TOTAL N 136 188 6 330 % 41.21 56.97 1.82 100

Presented in Table 30 is the type of water drainage from the sink among the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 188 (56.97%) families with blind drainage; 136 (41.21%), open drainage; and, six (6 or 1.82%) has no sink.

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TABLE 31 TOILET FACILITIES TOILET FACILITIES FLUSH TOILET WATER SEALED ANTIPOLO NONE TOTAL N 96 221 3 12 332 % 28.92 66.57 0.90 3.61 100

Table 31 presents the toilet facilities of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The table shows that 221 (66.57%) families used water-sealed toilet; 96 (28.92%), flush toilet; 12 (3.61%) families do not have toilet; and the remaining three (3 or 0.90%) Antipolo type toilet. The figure implies that majority of the families in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur use watersealed toilet.

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TABLE 32 GARBAGE COLLECTION STATUS GARBAGE COLLECTION STATUS OPEN RECEPTACLE CLOSE RECEPTACLE HOLE NONE TOTAL N 280 97 6 34 417 % 67.15 2326 1.44 8.15 100

Presented in Table 32 are the ways of garbage collection in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Two hundred eighty (280 or 67.15%) respondents place their garbage in an open receptacle; 97 (23.26%), close receptacle; 34 (8.15%) do not have garbage receptacle; while, six (6 or 1.44%) use hole as a way of collecting garbage.

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TABLE 33 WAYS OF DISPOSING GARBAGE WAYS OF DISPOSING GARBAGE COMPOSTING BURNING BURYING RIVERSIDE DUMPING OPEN DUMPING RECYCLING SEGREGATION NOT SPECIFIED TOTAL N 43 289 45 16 64 1 1 1 460 % 9.35 62.82 9.98 3.38 13.91 0.22 0.22 0.22 100

Table 33 presents the ways of disposing garbage in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Two hundred eighty nine (289 or 62.82%) of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur dispose their garbage through burning; 64 (36.58%), open dumping; 45 (9.98%), burying, 43 (9.35%), composting; 16 (3.38%), riverside dumping; and, one (1 or 0.22%) each for recycling, segregation and not specified. The figure could indicate that majority of the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur are burning their garbage which could produce air pollution detrimental to ones health.

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TABLE 34 FAMILIES RAISING ANIMALS RAISING ANMALS YES NO TOTAL N 322 101 423 % 76.12 23.88 100

Shown in Table 34 is the number of families raising animals in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 322 (76.12%) families who raise animals; while, 101 (23.88%) of them do not raise animals. The figure implies that majority of the families are raising animals.

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TABLE 35 WAYS OF RAISING ANIMALS WAYS OF RAISING ANIMALS CAGED STRAY BOTH CAGED AND STRAY TOTAL N 201 116 5 322 % 62.42 36.03 1.55 100

Table 38 presents the way families of Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur raised their animals. Two hundred one (201 or 62.42%) families have their animals caged; 116 (36.03%) families have them stray in their backyards or farms; and, five (5 or 1.55%) families have their animals both caged and stray in their backyards. The figure implies that most of the families have their animals caged for safety.

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TABLE 36 BELIEFS AND PRACTICES IN CARING FOR THE SICK BELIEFS AND PRACTICES IN CARING FOR THE SICK DOCTOR SELF-MEDICATION HERBULARIOS HOME CARE HERBAL MEDICINES FOOD INTAKE NONE TOTAL N 201 101 38 59 6 5 79 489 % 41.10 20.65 7.77 12.07 16.16 0.52 16.16 100

Table 36 shows the beliefs and practices in caring for the sick among the residents in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The table shows that majority of the families, 201 (41.10%), consult the doctor when a member of the family is sick; 79 (16.16%) do not have beliefs and practices in caring for the sick; 59 (12.07%), consult herbularios; six (6 or 1.23%) take herbal medicines; and, five (5 or 1.02%) have beliefs and practices on food intake.
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TABLE 37 CHOICE OF FOOD FOOD CHOICES NUTRITIOUS FOOD VEGETABLES FISH MEAT ANY FRIUTS CHICKEN CRACKERS QUACKER OATS SALTY PROCESSED FOODS NONE TOTAL N 122 98 48 65 136 36 27 2 1 1 1 123 660 % 18.48 14.85 7.27 9.85 20.61 5.45 4.09 0.30 0.15 0.15 0.15 18.64 100

Table 37 shows the foods preferred by families in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. Out of 660 families, 136 (20.61%) prefers any foods to eat; 123 (18.64%) have no choice of food; 122 (18.48%) prefers nutritious foods; 98 (14.85%), vegetables; 65 (9.85%), meat; 48 (7.27%), fish; 36(5.45%), fruits; 27 (4.09%), chicken; two(0.30%), crackers; and, one (0.15%) prefers Quacker Oats, salty foods and processed foods respectively. The findings could imply that most of the families in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur prefers any foods to eat, while Quacker Oats, salty foods and processed foods are the least preferred foods among the families.
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TABLE 38 MANAGEMENT AND CARE DURING PREGNANCY AND BIRTH

MANAGEMENT AND N % CARE DURING PREGNANCY AND BIRTH PAILOT 26 6.10 MILK 4 0.94 NUTRITIOUS FOOD 72 16.90 ANY 41 9.62 SUPERSTITIONS 40 9.39 CHECK-UP 58 13.62 DOESNT LIKE SWEET 2 0.47 &COLD VEGETABLES 2 0.47 PRAYER 1 0.23 TRADITIONAL 4 0.94 VITAMINS 3 0.70 NONE 173 40.61 TOTAL 426 100 Table 38 presents the beliefs and practices on management and care during pregnancy and birth among women at reproductive age in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The greater number, 173(40.61%), do not have any beliefs and practices on management and care during pregnancy and birth; 72(16.90%) shows the beliefs and practices of eating nutritious foods; and praying which obtained the least number (one or 0.23%). This implies that most of the MWRA dont have enough practices on how to manage and care for these infants and during pregnancy while some believe that eating nutritious foods and praying can help in the management and care during pregnancy and birth.

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TABLE 39 FOODS NOT PREFERRED FOODS NOT PREFERRED CHICKEN SEA FOODS ANY MEAT NAGUNEG TI BABOY PARYA JUNK FOODS DOG MEAT FOOD WITH PRESRVATIVES GOAT MEAT VEGETABLES SWEET FOODS FROG FRESH FOODS SOUR FOODS SPICY FOODS MUSHROOMS SALUYOT DINUGUAN FATTY FOODS SALTY FOODS FISH ANCHOVIES SAUCE LUGAW LANGKA ICE CREAM STRAWBERRY OVER RIPED FRUIT CORN AMPALAYA EXOTIC FOOD BEANS EGG OKRA SOFTDRINKS EGGPLANT NONE TOTAL N 4 8 10 2 11 13 7 2 6 8 9 1 1 6 1 3 3 3 21 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 1 3 1 3 1 3 257 % 0.93 1.85 2.31 0.46 2.55 3.01 1.62 0.46 1.39 1.85 2.08 0.23 0.23 1.39 0.23 0.69 0.69 0.69 4.86 3.94 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 3.01 0.23 0.69 0.23 0.69 0.23 0.69 59.49 100

Table 39 presents the foods not preferred by the residents in Barangay Taleb, BantayIlocos, Sur. Majority of the residents (257 or 59.49%) claimed that there are no foods not preferred; 21 (4.86%), dont prefer fatty foods; while, one (0.23%) do not prefer frog, fresh foods, spicy foods, fish, anchiovies sauce, lugaw, langka, ice cream, strawberry, over ripe fruit, corn, exotic foods, egg and soft drinks respectively. The findings imply that majority of the residents like to eat all kinds of nutritious foods. This could prevent malnutrition in the community since the residents are not choosy about foods.

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TABLE 40 DISEASES SUFFERED FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS DISEASES SUFFERERD FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS ASTHMA FEVER HYPERTENSION PNEUMONIA ULCER DIABETES PULMONARY DISEASE DIARRHEA HEAD ACHE MEASLES ARTRHTRYTIS INFLUENZA MILD STROKE HYPERACIDITY FRACTURE BACK PAIN DIZZINESS PRURITUS ACCIDENT BRONCHITIS STOMACH ACHE UTI TONSILITIS SIGNS OF SGING COUGH KIDNEY FAILURE COLDS HEART PROBLEM DENGUE CYST ABDOMINAL PAIN TOTAL N %

15 51 11 4 7 5 25 8 5 5 7 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 6 4 3 1 1 13 1 7 1 6 3 2 200

7.5 25.5 5.5 2 3.5 2.5 12.5 4 2.5 2.5 3.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 1 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 3 2 1.5 0.5 0.5 6.5 0.5 3.5 0.5 3 1.5 1 100

Shown in table 40 are the diseases suffered by the residents in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur for the past six months. There are 51(25.5%) residents who suffered from fever as a symptom of an illness; 25 (12.5%), pulmonary disease; while, one (0.28%), heart problem, kidney failure, signs of aging, tonsillitis, accidents, pruritis, dizziness, back pain, hyperacidity, mild stroke and influenza respectively. The findings imply that most of the residents suffered from fever as a symptom of illness and pulmonary disease for the past six months.

ASTHMA FEVER HYPERTENSION PNEUMONIA ULCER DIABETES PULMONARY DISEASE DIARRHEA HEAD ACHE MEASLES ARTRHTRYTIS INFLUENZA MILD STROKE HYPERACIDITY FRACTURE BACK PAIN DIZZINESS PRURITUS ACCIDENT BRONCHITIS STOMACH ACHE UTI TONSILITIS

TABLE 41 CAUSES OF MORTALITY FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS CAUSES OF MORTALITY STILL BIRTH STROKE HEART DISEASE OLD AGE CANCER ACCIDENT COMPLICATION HIGH FEVER CARDIAC ARREST CHOKING ABORTION DENGUE UNKNOWN TOTAL N 2 2 2 4 7 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 29 % 6.90 6.90 6.90 13.79 24.13 6.90 6.90 3.45 6.90 3.45 3.45 3.45 6.90 100

Table 41 presents the causes of mortality for the past two years among the residents in Barangay Taleb, BantayIlocos Sur. The causes of mortality among the residents in Taleb, Bantay, Ilococs Sur for the past two years is cancer (seven or 24.13%); four (13.79%), old age; two (6.90%) each for still birth, stroke, heart didease, accident, complication, cardiac arrest, and an unknown cause; and, one (3.45%) each for high fever, choking, abortion, and dengue. The figure implies that the major cause of mortality for the past two years in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur is cancer.
UNKNOWN DENGUE ABORTION CHOKING CARDIAC ARREST HIGH FEVER COMPLICATION ACCIDENT CANCER OLD AGE HEART DISEASE STROKE STILL BIRTH 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TABLE 42 BARANGAY ORGANIZATIONS AFFILIATED BY THE RESIDENTS BARANGAY ORAGANIZATIONS BRGY. OFFICIALS FARMERS ASSOCIATION BHW SARANAY SENIOR CITIZEN GROUP IYM BCPC RIC CHOIR KINA APUSTOLADA TI KARARAG RVO PTA FEDERATED SISA TALEB YOUTH ORG OTHERS (TITING, LEGION OF MARY, CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAD, AND TSPI) NONE TOTAL N 12 9 4 2 22 2 1 26 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 4 % 2.76 2.07 0.92 0.46 5.07 0.46 0.23 5.99 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.69 0.23 0.92

343 434

79.03 100

Table 42 shows the different Barangay Organizations affiliated by the residents in Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos, Sur. The table shows that the greater number (343 or 79.03%) of the residents are not affiliated to any organiztions; 26 (5.99%) are affiliated to RIC (Rural Improvement Club); 22 (5.07%), Senior Citizen Group; 12 (2.76%) are Barangay Officials; nine (2.07%), Farmers Association, four (0.92%) are Barangay Health Workers; two (0.46%), IYM (Integrated Youth Ministry); and one (0.23%) Barangay Council, for the Protection of Children, Kina Apustolada ti Kararag, RVO, Parents Teachers Association, Federated, Taleb Youth Org, Titing, Legion of Mary, Catholic Womens Lead and TSPI respectively. This implies that majority of the residents are not affiliated to any barangay organizations.

BARANGAY ORGANIZATIONS AFFILIATED BY THE RESIDENTS

TABLE 43 BARANGAY PROBLEMS BARANGAY PROBLEMS IMPROPER WASTE MANAGEMENT DOGS DIRTY ENVIRONMENT ROAD LACK OF STREET LIGHTS OVER POPULATION FINANCIAL PROBLEMS PRESENCE OF MOSQUITOES MISUNDERSTANDING NOISE GAMBLING POVERTY SMELL OF PETS MALNOURISHMENT LACK OF WORK ROBBERY AIR POLLUTION DRAINAGE OVEFLOWING OF CANAL ALCOHOL DRINKERS OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH UNEQUAL DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS UNDISCIPLINED BARANGAY TAN.00OD AGUBOR ABSENCE OF MAYOR QUARRYING STRUCTURAL PROBLEM FLOOD LACK OF WAITING SHED LACK FOOD TO EAT IMPROPER FACILITY STORAGE CALAMITIES LACK OF MEDICINE WATER SUPPLY ELECTRICITY N 30 9 22 39 28 2 22 10 4 4 1 5 9 1 14 1 8 11 6 23 6 1 2 3 4 1 1 2 11 7 2 2 3 50 1 % 5.36 1.61 3.93 6.96 5.00 0.36 3.93 1.79 0.71 0.71 0.18 0.89 1.61 0.18 2.50 0.18 1.43 1.96 1.07 4.11 0.54 0.18 0.36 0.54 0.71 0.18 0.18 0.36 1.96 1.25 0.36 0.36 0.54 8.93 0.18

UNAVAILABLE LIVELIHOOD NEEDS OF CHILDREN STAGNANT WATER DENGUE CIGARETTE SMOKING ILLEGAL LOGGING NONE TOTAL

1 3 1 13 1 1 197 560

0.18 0.54 0.18 2.32 0.18 0.18 35.18 100

Table 43 shows the barangay problems as claimed by the residents in Barangay Taleb, Bantay Ilocos Sur. The greater number, 197 (35.18%) of the residents felt that there are no problems concerning their community, 50 (8.93%), problems on water supply; and the least (one or 0.18%) each for gambling, malnourish status of children, robbery, unequal distribution of goods, quarrying, structural problems, electricity, unavailable livelihood, stagnant water, cigarette smoking and illegal logging. This implies that most of the residents do not have any problems concerning their community which means that they are contended and comfortable with what they have.

TABLE 44 RECOMMENDATIONS CLAIMED BY THE RESIDENTS RECOMMENDATIONS COOPERATION COUNSELING FOGGING PENALTY PROPER DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS CLEANLINESS PROJECT PROPOSALS BARANGAY FUNDS WATER PUMP INSTALLATION FIND JOBS STREET LIGHTS BIGGER SEWAGE PIPE LINE DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS RECONSTRUCTION CAGED ANIMALS REPEORT TO BARANGAY CAPTAIN RELOCATION MAINTANANCE OF DRINKING SOURCE FREE MEDICINES ROAD IMPROVEMENT BUILDING STOCK ROOMS GARBAGE COLLECTOR HELP FROM MAYOR BOTICA NG BARANGAY IMPROVEMENT LOAN GRANTS DUMPING SITE PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL FORGIVENESS CURFEW GARBAGE PER POST CEMENTED ROAD DRAINAGE SYSTEM N 17 6 21 1 1 37 10 5 18 8 20 3 13 14 2 4 7 4 2 1 23 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 % 4.12 1.42 4.96 0.24 0.24 8.75 2.36 1.18 4.26 1.89 4.73 0.71 3.07 3.31 0.47 0.95 1.65 0.95 0.47 0.24 5.44 0.47 0.47 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.47 0.24 0.71 0.24

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NONE TOTAL

1 188 423

0.24 44.44 100

Table 44 shows the different recommendations verbalized by the residents in Barangay Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur. There are 188(44.44%) residents who claimed that they dont have any recommendations regarding the different community problems; one(0.24%) each suggested on penalty, proper distribution of goods, free medicines, help from mayor, boticang barangay improvement, loan grants, dumping sites, proper waste disposal ,forgiveness, garbage per post, drainage system & school improvement. This implies that most of the residents seem to have no concern for their communitys welfare & development. But some of them look forward to help solve problems through cleanliness of the environment, different disciplinary measures and help from higher authorities.

RECOMMENDATIONS CLAIMED BY THE RESIDENTS

COOPERATION FOGGING PROPER DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS PROJECT PROPOSALS WATER PUMP INSTALLATION STREET LIGHTS DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS RECONSTRUCTION REPEORT TO BARANGAY CAPTAIN MAINTANANCE OF DRINKING SOURCE ROAD IMPROVEMENT GARBAGE COLLECTOR BOTICA NG BARANGAY IMPROVEMENT DUMPING SITE FORGIVENESS GARBAGE PER POST DRAINAGE SYSTEM NONE

COUNSELING PENALTY CLEANLINESS BARANGAY FUNDS FIND JOBS BIGGER SEWAGE PIPE LINE LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS CAGED ANIMALS RELOCATION FREE MEDICINES BUILDING STOCK ROOMS HELP FROM MAYOR LOAN GRANTS PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL CURFEW CEMENTED ROAD SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

Summary of Prioritized Health Problems in Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur

Improper Garbage Disposal Improper Garbage Collection Knowledge Deficit and Awareness on Proper Nutritional Intake Improper Food Preferences Knowledge Deficit about the Advantages of Breastfeeding Improper Way of Raising Animals Risk for Inadequate Nutrition & Infection due to Early Weaning Knowledge Deficit about Prenatal Check Up (Miscarriage) Knowledge Deficit on Nursing Care of the Sick Risk for Waterborne Disease Lack of Knowledge on Immunization in Children Fever as a symptom of a Disease Inadequate Knowledge on Management & Care of Married women at Reproductive Health during pregnancy and birth Inadequate Water Supply Risk for Complications of Labor and Delivery: Birth Attendant Hilot Causes of Mortality for the Past 2 Years (Cancer) Risk for Complications on Pregnancy: Early Pregnancy & Menopausal Inadequate Toilet Facilities

8 5/6 8 8 7 7 7 6 3/4 6 6 5/12 6 1/3 6 5 5/12 5 1/6

4 3 3/4 3 2/3 3 2/3


3 7/12

Improper Waste Disposal JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 1/3 x 1 = 1/3 It is a health related problem because it could aggravate the illness-inducing situation in the community It affects 87% of the population. Highly modifiable because resources are available and interventions are feasible It can be prevented by teaching the proper waste management and garbage disposal. The community recognized the problem as not needing immediate attention.

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High Preventive potential: high

4/4 x 3= 3

3/3 x 4 = 4

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern

1/2x1 =1/2

TOTAL

8 5/6

Improper Garbage Collection JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 1/3 x 1 = 1/3 It is a health related problem because of environmental factors that aggravate the illness-inducing situation in the community. It accounts 75.3% of the population. Highly modifiable because resources are available and interventions are feasible. Communicable diseases transferred by insects and rodents as a result of improper garbage collection can be prevented. The community recognized the problem as needing immediate action.

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High Preventive potential: high

4/4 x 3= 3

3/3 x 4 = 4

2/3 x 1 =2/3

Social concern

1/2x1=

TOTAL

8 1/2

Knowledge deficit and unawareness on proper nutritional intake Criteria Nature of the problem Computation 1/3 x 1 Actual score 1/3 Justification It is a health related problem because it affects the economic status and lifestyle of the community and every household in particular 50-74% of household have lack of knowledge on the nutritional facts of their food intake The problem is highly modifiable because the knowledge and intervention needed to solve the problem are readily available Highly because health and measures can be provided to a community household The community recognized the problem but not needing immediate action

Magnitude of the problem

3/4 x 3

2 1/4

Modifiability of the problem

3/3 x4

Preventive potential

3/3 x 1

Social concern

1/2x 1

1/2

Total

8 1/2

Improper Food Preference JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 3/3 x 1 = 1 It is a health related problem because it reduces capability for wellness and it leads to certain diseases. It affects 36.5% of the population. Resources are available and interventions are feasible, it can be modified by informing the benefits of having proper food choices. Effects of improper food preference can be prevented through health education classes. The problem is not perceived as a community concern.

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High

2/4 x 3= 3/2

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: High

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 7

Knowledge Deficit about the Advantages of Breastfeeding JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High 3/3 x 1 = 1 It is a health status problem because the capability for wellness is reduced. It accounts 49% of the population. Highly modifiable because resources and interventions needed to solve the problem are available to the family. The preventive potential is high because the family can be educated of the possible consequences if they are given adequate information regarding the problem through health teachings. The problem is not a community concern.

2/4 x 3= 3/2

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: high

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 7 1/2

Improper Ways of Raising Animals JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 1/3 x 1 = 1/3 It is a health-related problem because of environmental factors that aggravate the illness-inducing situations in the community. It affects less than 50% of the community population. The problem is highly modifiable since resources are available and interventions are possible. Microorganisms causing communicable diseases brought about by stray animals can be prevented by educating the community about the disadvantages of not properly raising animals. The problem is recognized by the community but not needing immediate action.

Magnitude: Affects 25-50% of the population Modifiability: High

2/4 x 3= 3/2

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: Moderate

2/3 x 1 = 2/3

Social concern

1/2x1=

TOTAL

Risk for Inadequate Nutrition and Infection due to Early Weaning JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High 3/3 x 1 = 1 It is a health status problem because the capability for wellness is reduced. It affects less than 25% of the population. Highly modifiable because resources and interventions needed to solve the problem are available to the family. The preventive potential is high because the family can be educated of the possible consequences if they are provided with enough information about the problem. This can be made possible through health teachings. The problem is not a community concern.

1/4 x 3=

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: high

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 6

Knowledge Deficit about Prenatal Check-up (Miscarriage) JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 3/3 x 1 = 1 It is a health status problem. Miscarriage is concerned with fertility or reduced capability for wellness, it may cause death of the fetus and could threaten the life of the mother. It affects less than 25% of the population. Highly modifiable because the problem can be prevented through proper education. There is a high potential for prevention through imparting health teachings to women at child-bearing age. The problem is not a community concern.

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High Preventive potential: high

1/4 x 3=

3/3 x 4 = 4

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 6

Knowledge deficit on nursing care of the sick JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health status Magnitude: Affects 25-50% of the population Modifiability: High 3/3 x 1 = 1 It is a health status problem because it reduces capability for wellness. Less than 25% of the community population are affected by the problem. The problem is highly modifiable because resources are available and interventions are feasible. Problems that may arise from consulting herbolarious can be prevented The problem is not perceived as a community concern.

x3=

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: Moderate Social concern TOTAL

2/3 x 1 =2/3

0/2x1= 0 6 5/12

Risk for Waterborne Diseases JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 1/3 x 1 = 1/3 It is a health related problem since it is a factor that can affect or aggravate the illnessinducing situation of the community. It affects 88% of the population. Through health teachings and reliable interventions, the problem is highly modifiable with residents cooperation and availability of adequate facilities. Through health teachings and interventions, there is a high probability of reducing and controlling the effects posed by the problem. But still the residents cooperation and willingness is needed to completely eradicate these effects. The population do not consider this as a problem

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High

4/4 x 1= 1

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: high

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0 6 1/3

Lack of Knowledge on Immunization in Children JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 1/3 x 1 = 1/3 It is a health-related problem that requires immediate management to eliminate untoward consequences. It affects less than 25% of the population. The problem is highly modifiable since vaccines are given for free at the health centers and government hospitals. Susceptibility to some diseases and infections can be prevented if immunization is completed. The problem is not a community concern.

Magnitude: Affects 75-100% of the population Modifiability: High

1/4 x 3=

3/3 x 4 = 4

Preventive potential: High

3/3 x 1 =1

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 6

Fever as a symptom of a disease Criteria Nature of the problem Magnitude of the problem Modifiability of the problem Computation 3/3 x1 Actual score 1 Justification Health status because it implies the presence of infection <25% of the population is affected It is moderately modifiable through health teachings and willingness of the residents to cooperate Preventive potential is high through health teachings that could provide knowledge to the community residents on how to reduce infection which preserve of fever implies It is not seen by the community as an urgent concern

1/4 x3 2/3 x 4

3/4 2 2/3

Preventive potential

3/3 x 1

Social concern

0/ 2 x 1

Total

5 5/12

Inadequate knowledge on management and care of married women at reproductive health during pregnancy and birth Criteria Nature of the problem Computation 1/3 x1 Actual score 1/3 Justification It is a health related problem because inadequate knowledge on management and care during pregnancy and birth may affect both the health status of the mother and baby. 25%-49% of the MWRA dont have enough knowledge on management and care during pregnancy and birth. The problem is moderately modifiable because knowledge and resources are available and interventions are feasible. The effects of the problem could be moderately controlled or reduced through giving health teachings on the proper management and care during pregnancy and birth. It is not a community concern.

Magnitude of the problem

2/4 x 3

1 1/2

Modifiability of the problem

2/3 x 4

2 2/3

Preventive potential

2/3 x 1

2/3

Social concern Total

0/2 x 1

0 5 1/6

Inadequate water supply Criteria Nature of the problem Computation 2/3 x1 Actual score 2/3 Justification It is considered health resources because of inadequate water supply 8.93% of the population agreed that it is the main problem of the community The problem is moderately modifiable because the community have other sources of water Moderate because it requires a lot of money and time in acquiring water facility It needs an urgent community concern because we need water in our daily living

Magnitude of the problem

1/4 x 3

3/4

Modifiability of the problem

2/4 x 4

Preventive potential

2/3 x 1

2/3

Social concern

2/3 x1

2/3

Total

4 3/4

Risk for Complication of Labor and Delivery; birth attendant hilot JUSTIFICATION Nature: 3/3x1= 1 It is a health status problem which is related with reduced capability for wellness It affects less than 25% of the population. There is a low probability of reducing the problem because there are still residents who patronize the services of hilots. There is a moderate probability of reducing the effects posed by the problem by educating the residents regarding the possible outcomes if hilots are preferred more than medical doctors when it comes to birth atendants. The problem is not a acommunity concern

Magnitude: Modifiability:

1/4x3 = 1/3x4 = 4/3

Preventive potential:

2/3x1 = .66

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1= 0 4

Causes of mortality for the past 2 years (Cancer) Criteria Nature of the problem Computation 3/3 x 1 Actual score 1 Justification Health status problem since this affects the rates of mortality and morbidity of the population 24.13% of the population claimed that cancer is theleading cause of mortality for two years Resources for health teachings and interventions are not available in the community and the residents willingness to control the food they eat is low carcinogenic food Low preventive potential because drugs and therapies used in controlling effects of cancer are expensive It is not a community concern

Magnitude of the problem

1/4 x 4

Modifiability of the problem

1/3 x 4

1 1/3

Preventive potential

1/3 x 1

1/3

Social concern Total

0/2 x 1

0 3 2/3

Risk for complications on pregnancy: Early and Menopausal Pregnancies JUSTIFICATION Nature: 1/3x1=1/3 This is a health related problem because pregnancy has something to do with the body conditions of the baby and the mother The problem affects 25-49% of the population because most of the women had their pregnancies at an early age and some on the menopausal period The modifiability of the problem is moderate a this can be achieved through health teachings. The preventive potential is moderate because it is beyond the control of the healthcare professionals and it is dependent on the decision of the couple It is not a community concern because it is within the family

Magnitude:

2/4x3=1

Modifiability:

2/3x4=2 1/3

Preventive potential:

2/3x1=1/3

Social concern TOTAL

0/2x1=0 3

Inadequate toilet facilities JUSTIFICATION Nature: Health related problem 2/3 x 1 = 2/3 It is a health resource problem that requires immediate attention to prevent environmental sanitation problem that could lead to spread of microorganisms causing diseases. 3.61% of the community population is affected by the problem. Modifiability of the problem is low due to inadequate resources. It can be prevented by collaborating with other government agencies for sources and allocation of funds. The problem is recognized by the community but not needing immediate action.

Magnitude: Affects less than 25% of the population Modifiability: Low Preventive potential: Moderate

1/4 x 3=

1/3 x 4 = 4/3

1/3 x 1= 1/3

Social concern

1/2x1=

TOTAL

3 7/12