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Anduyan, Edelmen C. Nacasabog, Emmanuel John N. Rivera, Meneros Y. 1006

SY 2013-2014

CHAPTER 3: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Related Literature Community Profile Barangay Canaway was created in January 24, 1986. Irene Zalsos, a certain council woman passed a resolution requesting the separation of Canaway from its mother barangay (saray-tibanga) in order for it to develop and make plans of its own. Native iliganons, Cebuanos and few from Negros Province were the original settlers in the area. Reasons why they came to the place was attraction of employment oppurtunites from different industries/ factories. An old resident in the area said the word Tibanga was derived from its origin as Tibhang sa kahoy nga banga since long time before the area consist many banga trees. The vision statement of the barangay states that A Barangay with committed officials and empowered constituents having an abundant way of life, well educated, healthy, responsive and cooperative living in a peaceful, clean and beautiful surroundings with well-managed sustainable marine resources complete with infrastructure and communication facilities Based on National Statistics Office poll on 2010, there are approximately 10,465 numbers of residents in Canaway and there are 2,000 total numbers of household. The list of their projects is as follows: Drainage system, Water system, Road concreting, Water breaker phase I, Barangay landscaping, Barangay gym, Barangay hall. Religions in Canaway are mostly Roman Catholic, Islam, and Inglesia ni Christo.

The sources of revenue of the barangay are the following: Internal Revenue (National Budget), Equal Sharing, Real Property Tax, Community Tax (CEDULA) and Ads and Grants. There are many organizations in the Barangay. Many of these are various youth organizations like Youth for Christ, Philippine Youth Association and KK Youth Organizations for the puroks of the barangay. There are also existing religious organizations like the Berean Bible Fellowship, Living World Ministries International and Couples for Christ. There is only one government organization like Barangay Tibanga Trisicad Association while there are two non-government organizations like BATILAI and Womens Organization. The improvement of the Barangay is proven by its business establishments. There are many business establishments in the barangay like ABU CALTEX, FEDEX, CASA ROYALE, BAN SA BAI, HOLIE SPA, CAGAYAN AUTO REPAIR SHOP, GRACE MEAT SHOP, ROSE PHARMACY, NMVM CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY, MR. BAKER BAKESHOP and M. LLHUILIER PAWNSHOP.

Officials Flowchart The flow chart below represents the different officials of Barangay Tibanga, Iligan City with their designated responsibilities.

Peace & Order Livelihood & Laws, Rules & Good Government Sports Health & Sanitation and Environment & Natural Resources Infrastracture and Lights & Power Water & Energy Education Barangay Captain Camilo B. Anduyan Finance, Women & Family, Cultural Activities & Senior CItizen Ways & Means and Employment Services Housing and Resettlement Transportation & Communication Social Development Games & Amusement

Chairman Kagawad: Ildefonso Cabornay Chairman Kagawad: Eustagio Paylaga Jr. Co-chairman: Wilfredo Mirasol Chairman Kagawad: Hoberto Ungab Co-chairman: Danna Paterno Chairman Kagawad: Hoberto Ungab Co-chairman: Ronaldo Torres Chairman Kagawad: Ronaldo Torres Co-chairman: Edgar Tabig Chairman Kagawad: Danilo Paterno Co-chairman: Ronaldo Torres Chairman Kagawad: Wilfredo Mirasol Co-chairman: Eustagio Paylaga Jr. Chairman Kagawad: Edgar Tabig Co-chairman: Ronaldo Torres Chairman Kagawad: Edgar Tabig Co-Chairman: Hoberto Ungab Chairman Kagawad: Ildefonso Cabornay Co-chairman: Wilfredo Mirasol & Hoberto Ungab Chairwoman: Danna Paterno

Youth and Sports

Development Rate The bar graph below represents the development of the total number of residents in each census year of Barangay Tibanga, Iligan City.

total number of residents

total number of residents 10465 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 1900 1995 2000 2007 2010 7310 8539 8320 8787

Review of Related Studies A social position of an individual pertaining to his/her society plays a vital role in determining their actions. Informal Settlers are highly conscious of their social status ans how their physical conditions reflect this low status. Their efforts can be interpreted as a striving for dignity and respect. (Santos, 2005) The people parts in this socio class are constructing images and identities to counter those that subjugate. Not only are they transforming themselves as citizens but they are also changing the images of disrespect that bind them to a denigrated sense of their own persons. They are replacing these images with new ones of competence and knowledge in the production and consumption of what modern society considers important. (Holston, 1991)