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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

I. ECONOMIC SUFFICIENCY
A. Employable Skills
Occupational skills of family
members aged 18 years or
over

Exempted from coverage are those who


are:
a) Currently in school, even if they are
working part-time; and
b) Persons with difficulty in doing or performing the most basic
activities
that occur on a daily basis due to age
or health condition, such as functional
difficulty in seeing even if wearing eyeglasses, in hearing even if using a
hearing aid, in walking or climbing
steps, in remembering or concentrating, or in bathing or dressing.

The family
member:

The family
member:

The family
member:

1 - does not
possess
professional/
technical/
occupational
skills;
or

3 - possesses
professional/
technical/
occupational skills
but not duly
recognized by
appropriate
authorities;
or

5 - possesses
professional/
technical/
occupational skills
duly recognized
by appropriate
authorities;
or

2 - has work
experience of
less than 2
months

4 - has work
experience of at
least 2 months but
less than 6 months

6 - has work
experience of at
least 6 months

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

I. ECONOMIC SUFFICIENCY
B. Employment
Working status of family
members aged 18 years or
over

Exempted from coverage are those who


are:
a) Currently in school, even if they are
working part-time; and
b) Persons with difficulty in doing or performing the most basic activities that
occur on a daily basis due to age or
health condition, such as functional difficulty in seeing even if wearing eyeglasses, in hearing even if using a
hearing aid, in walking or climbing
steps, in remembering or concentrating, or in bathing or dressing.
Note: Full time equivalent of work per
week is 40 hours.

The family
member:
1 - is not working;
or
2 - has worked for
less than 2
months (or less
than 352 hours)
during the past 6
months

3 - The family
member has
worked for at least
2 months (at least
352 hours) but less
than 4 months (less
than 704 hours)
during the past 6
months.

The family
member:
4 - has a regular/
permanent job;
or
5 - has worked for at
least 4 months (at
least 704 hours)
during the past 6
months;
or
6 - is currently
working and has
worked for at
least 3
consecutive
months (at least
528 hours)

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

I. ECONOMIC SUFFICIENCY
C. Income
Family monthly per capita income in the past six months

1 - Food Poor, i.e.,


The family monthly
per capita income
is below the
official monthly
per capita food
threshold in the
province.

2 - Not Food Poor but 3 - Not Poor, but


still Poor, i.e.
Vulnerable, i.e.
The family monthly
per capita income is
at least equal to the
official monthly per
capita food
threshold but less
than the official
monthly per capita
poverty threshold in
the province.

The family monthly


per capita income is
at least equal to
the official monthly per capita poverty threshold in
the province.

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

I. ECONOMIC SUFFICIENCY
D. Social Security and Access 1 - Nobody in the
family:
to Financial Institutions
Membership or access of
family to formal financial instior
tutions

is an active
member of the
GSIS/ SSS;

At least one member of


the family:

At least one member of


the family:

2 - is an active member 5 - is an active member


of the GSIS/ SSS, and
of the GSIS/ SSS, but
membership has been
membership has been
for at least 2 years;
for less than 2 years;
or
or

is currently
covered by private 3 - is currently covered 6 - is currently
covered by private
insurance;
by private insurance
insurance and
but coverage has
or
coverage has been in
been in force for less
force for at least 2
has access to
than 2 years;
years;
savings and loan or
or
associations,
cooperatives, and 4 - has access to savings
other similar
and loan associations, 7 - has access to savings
and loan associations,
institutions.
cooperatives, and
cooperatives, and
other similar
other similar
institutions but access
institutions and
has been in effect for
access has been in
less than 2 years.
effect for at least 2
years.

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
1. Health Condition and
Availment of Health Services
a. Availment of family members of accessible health
services in the past six
months
The following are the services:
General consultation
Health education
Family planning
Maternity care
Child care, e.g., immunization
Information on nutrition and
food safety
Information/control on lifestyle-related
or non-communicable diseases
Information/control on environmental
health and sanitation
Treatment for minor illness/accidents
Basic oral health care

The family members:


1 - The family members did not avail
at all in the past 6 2 - Availed one or two
times in the past 6
months but went
months; or
instead to health
service providers
3 - Wanted to avail of
that are not profeshealth services but did
sionally trained, like
not avail because they
albularyo, hilot, etc.
believed that:

5 - The family members


availed at least
three times in the
past 6 months.
or
6 - All family members
are monitored by
Pantawid.

31 - poor health services


were being offered, e.g.
poor health facilities, inadequate supplies of
medicine or other medical supplies; or
32 - poor client services
were being offered, e.g.,
long queues, discourteous personnel, etc.;
or
4 - Did not need to avail
since no one in the
family got sick.
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
1. Health Condition and
Availment of Health
Services
b. Health condition of the family
members for the past six
months

1 - At least one
2 - At least one
3 - No family
family member
family member
member got sick
got sick of an
got sick of an
of an illness
illness needing
illness needing
needing medical
hospital
medical attention
attention or
confinement.
(diarrhea, high
confinement
fever, etc.) but did
(other than ordinot need hospital
nary headconfinement.
aches, colds,
etc.).

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY

A. Health
2. Nutrition
a. Number of meals the family 1 - At most one
2 - Two meals a day 3 - Three meals a
had in a day
meal a day
during the past 7
day during the
during the past
days
past 7 days
7 days

Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
2. Nutrition
b. Nutritional status of children 1 - Severely
aged 5 years or below
Underweight
Note:
To obtain the corresponding score of
each child aged 5 years or below,

Ask for the names and ages of all children aged 5 years or below and put
them in the spaces under b.
Compare with the information provided
under Part II of Form 1.
Ask for the weight of the child using
the Kalusugang Pangkalahatan form
as reference.
Compare with the Child Growth Standards (CGS) Weight-for-Age Reference
Table (Annex 2) to determine the
nutritional status of the child.

(Less than 3 SD)

2 - Underweight/
Overweight

3 - Normal

(Greater than or
equal to 3 SD but
less than 2 SD or
greater than +2 SD)

(Greater than or
equal to 2 SD but
less than or equal to
+2 SD)

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
3. Water and Sanitation
a. Familys access to safe
drinking water
The following are considered sources
of safe drinking water:
Own use faucet community
water
system;
Shared faucet community water system;
Own use tubed/piped deep well;
Shared tubed/ piped deep well,
tubed/piped shallow well; and
Commercial source, e.g. bottled water.

The family has


access to drinking
water from
unguaranteed
sources:
1 - Unprotected
spring, lake,
river
2 - Rain

The family has access


to drinking water from:
3 - Dug well

The family has access to


drinking water from a
source of safe drinking
water, i.e., faucet/ pipeline connected to a trusted waterworks system:

AND
Time to collect water
4 - Commercial sources, including the time to walk
e.g., tanker, truck,
to the water source,
peddler (except
collect it and return is not
more than 30 minutes.
bottled water)

5 - A source of safe
drinking water but
the time to collect
water including the
time to walk to the
water source,
collect it and return
is longer than 30
minutes

6 - Own use faucet community water system


7 - Shared faucet community water system
8 - Own use tubed/piped
deep well
9 - Shared tubed/ piped
deep well, tubed/piped
shallow well
10 - Bottled water,
including those being
delivered
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
3. Water and Sanitation

b. Familys access to sanitary


toilet facilities

1 - The family has


no access to
toilet facilities.

The family has access The family has


to toilet facilities but
access to sanitary
not sanitary:
toilet facilities:
2 - Open pit
or
3 - Others (e.g., pail
system, etc.)

4 - Water sealed
toilet connected
to sewer, septic
tank
or
5 - Closed pit

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


A. Health
3. Water and Sanitation
c. Most common family
practice of garbage
disposal

Improper garbage
disposal is
practiced, such as
any of the following:
1 - Dumping in
individual pit;
or
2 - Burning;
or

Proper garbage
disposal, is practiced
such as any of the
following, but not
segregated:

Proper garbage
disposal is practiced,
such as any of the
following, with
segregation:

5 - Picked-up by
service garbage
truck;
or

8 - Picked-up by
service garbage
truck;
or

6 - Composting;
3 - Thrown in
or
esteros, vacant lots, rivers;
7 - Burying
or

9 - Composting;
or
10 - Burying

4 - No clear manner
of disposing
garbage
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

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Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


B. Housing
1.a. Construction materials
of the roof

Roof is made of:

Roof is made of:

1 - Makeshift/
salvaged/
improvised
materials
or

3 - Light materials
5 - Strong materials
such as wood or
such as galvacogon/nipa/anahaw
nized iron/
but not sturdy and
aluminum or tile
durable
concrete/ clay tile
or half galvanized
or
iron and half
concrete
4 - Mixed but

2 - Mixed but
predominantly
makeshift/
salvaged/
improvised
materials

Roof is made of;

predominantly light or
materials
6 - Mixed but
predominantly
strong materials
or

7 - Wood or cogon/
nipa/ anahaw but
sturdy and
durable
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


B. Housing
1.b. Construction materials of
the outer walls

Walls are made of:

Walls are made of:

Walls are made of:

1 - Makeshift/
salvaged/
improvised
materials
or

5 - Strong materials
3 - Light materials
such as concrete/
such as bamboo/
brick/ stone or
sawali/ cogon/ nipa
wood or half galbut not sturdy and
vanized iron and
durable
half concrete or
or
galvanized iron/
aluminum or
4 - Mixed but
glass
predominantly light or
materials
6 - Mixed but
predominantly
strong materials
or

2 - Mixed but
predominantly
makeshift/
salvaged/
improvised
materials

7 - Bamboo/ sawali/
cogon /nipa but
sturdy and
durable
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


B. Housing
2. Tenure status of
housing unit

1 - Own house, rentfree lot without


consent of owner;
or

3- Rented house and lot


for less than three
years;
or

2 - Rent-free house
and lot without
consent of owner

4 - Own house, rented lot


for less than three
years;
or
5 - Own house, rent-free
lot with consent of
owner for less than
five years;
or
6 - Rent-free house and
lot with consent of
owner for less than
five years;
or
7 - Being amortized for
less than a year

8 - Own or owner-like
possession of house
and lot;
or
9 - Rented house and lot
for at least three
years;
or
10 - Own house, rented
lot for at least three
years;
or
11 - Own house, rentfree lot with
consent of owner for
at least five years;
or
12 - Rent-free house and
lot with consent of
owner for at least
five years;
or
13 - Being amortized for
at least one year

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


B. Housing
3. Lighting facility
of the house

1 - No lighting
facility;
or
2 - Home-made
lamp or gasera
or candle

3 - Commercially
produced
kerosene;
or

5 - Electricity;
or

4 - Gas lamp
(e.g., local
versions of
Coleman and
Petromax)

7 - Other similar
lighting facility as
electricity or LPG
(e.g. solar
powered)

6 - LPG;
or

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


1 - The family
member:
Cannot read;
1. Functional literacy of family
and
members aged 10 years
cannot write;
or over
and
cannot count;
and
cannot understand simple
messages/
Instructions.

C. Education

2 - The family member


has difficulty in at
least one (but not
all) of the following:
Reading;
or
writing;
or
Counting;
or
Understanding simple messages/ instructions

The family
member is:
3 - At least highschool
graduate;
or
4 - aged between 1018 and in formal
school;
or
5 - aged 18 years or
over who has completed the Basic Literacy Program of
ALS
or
6 - able to read; write;
count; and
understand simple
messages/
instructions
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


C. Education
2. School enrolment/
attendance of children
aged 3-17 years in formal/
informal school

The child:
1 - is not currently
enrolled;
or

3 - The child is
4 - The child is
currently enrolled;
currently
and
enrolled;
attended at least
and
2 - enrolled but at70% but less than
attended at
tended less
85% of the total
least 85% of the
than 70% of the
number of school
total number of
total number of
days completed for
school days
school days
the current school
completed for the
completed for
year
current school
the current
year
school year

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


D. Role Performance

1. Involvement of family
members in
family activities

1 - The family
2 - The family
3 - The family
members
members
members
engage in any of
engage in any of
engage in any of
the listed family
the listed family acthe listed family
activities at
tivities at least 2
activities at least
most once a
times but less
5 times a month.
than 5 times a
month.
month.

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


D. Role Performance
2. Ability of parents and/or
guardians to discern
problems in the family
and arrive at solutions

1 - The parents/
2 - The parents/ guard- 4 - The parents/
guardians can
guardians can
ians can define the
define the
define the
problem and its
problem and its
problem but
cause(s) but:
causes and are
cannot define its
able to think of
cause(s).
21 - are not able to
solutions with the
think of solutions;
participation of
or
other family
22 - are able to think
members.
of solutions but
without the participation of other family members
or
3 - The family does not
encounter any
problem.

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Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


D. Role Performance
3 - A family member
1 - No family mem- 2 - A family member
3. Participation of family
actively participatber participated
had limited particimembers in legitimate or
ed (at least 50%
pation (less than
in any legitimate
widely-recognized
attendance in
50% attendance in
peoples organipeoples
meetings/ activization/ associameetings/activities)
organizations/ associaties) in a legitition/ support
in a legitimate peotions or support groups
mate peoples
groups for social,
ples organization/
during the past six months
organization/
economic, culturassociation/ supassociation/ supal and spiritual
port group for soport group for soactivities of the
cial, economic, culcial, economic,
community durtural and spiritual
cultural and spiring the past six
activities of the
itual activities of
months.
community during
the community
the past six
during the past six
months.
months.

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


E. Family Awareness of
Relevant Social Issues
1. Awareness of the
rights of children

1 - The respondent
is not aware of
any rights of
children.
or
2 - Respondent is
aware of one
to two rights
of children
but cannot
explain them.

3 - The respondent is 5 - The respondent


aware of at least
is aware of at
three rights of
least three rights
children but
of children and
cannot explain
can explain
them.
them.
or
4 - Respondent is
aware of one to
two rights of
children and can
explain them.

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators


Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


E. Family Awareness of
Relevant Social Issues
2. Awareness of
gender-based violence

1 - The respondent
is not aware of
any genderbased violence.

3 - The respondent is 5 - The respondent is


aware of at least
aware of at least
three forms of
three forms of
gender-based
gender-based
violence but
violence and can
2 - The respondent
cannot explain
explain them.
is aware of one
them.
to two forms of
gender-based
4 - The respondent is
violence but
aware of one to
cannot explain
two forms of
them.
gender-based
violence and can
explain them.

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Indicator

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

II. SOCIAL ADEQUACY


E. Family Awareness of
Relevant Social Issues
1 - The respondent 3 - The respondent is 5 - The respondent is
3. Awareness of disaster risk
is not aware of
aware of at least
aware of at least
reduction and managethree disaster
three disaster
any disaster risk
ment
risk reduction
risk reduction
reduction and
and management
and managemanagement
protocols/
ment protocols/
protocols/
initiatives but
initiatives and
initiatives.
cannot explain
can explain
2 - The respondent
them.
them.
is aware of one
to two disaster 4 - The respondent is
risk reduction
aware one to two
and managedisaster risk
ment protocols/
reduction and
initiatives but
management
cannot explain
protocols/
them.
initiatives and
can explain them.
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Social Welfare and Development Indicators

ANNEX 1

SLP Rider Questions


Indicator

1. Skills the family members currently have

2. Skills the family members are willing to


acquire

Skills
1 - Agricultural Crop Production
2 - Animal Health Care
3 - Animal Production
4 - Automotive Servicing
5 - Barangay Health Services
6 - Bartending
7 - Beauty Care
8 - Bookkeeping
9 - Bread and Pastry Production
10 - Carpentry
11 - Commercial Cooking
12 - Construction
13 - Electronics
14 - Decorative Crafts
15 - Dressmaking/ Garments
16 - Driving
17 - Farming
18 - Fishing
19 - Food Production and
Processing
20 - Furniture and Fixtures

21 - Heat Ventilation and AirConditioning


22 - Health, Social and Other
Community Services
23 - Household Services
24 - Information Technology
25 - Machine Operation
26 - Metals and Engineering
27 - Plumbing
28 - Tourism Promotion
Services
29 - Others

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Social Welfare and Development Indicators

ANNEX 1

KC-NCDDP Rider Questions


Indicator

Activities/ Sub-projects

1. Awareness of respondent to KC-NCDDP

1 - Yes (Aware)
2 - No (Not Aware)

2. Participation of family members to KCNCDDP activities for the past 12 months

1 - Barangay Assembly
2 - Meetings/ Consultations
3 - Trainings
4 - Paid Construction Work
5 - Others, please specify __________
6 - Did not participate to any KC-NCDDP Activity
7 - Did not know

3. KC-NCDDP sub-projects that the family


benefited from for the past 12 months

1 - Water System
2 - School Building
3 - Day Care Center
4 - Health Station
5 - Road/ Foot path
6 - Bridge/ Foot Bridge
7 - Electrification
8 - Sanitation/ Solid Waste
Management Facilities/
Drainage
9 - Environment Conservation
(Artificial Coral Reefs/ Marine
Sanctuary
10 - Environmental Protection
[River/Flood Control, Sea
Wall, Soil Protection (Riprap)]

11 - Pre and Post Harvest Facilities


12 - Small Scale Irrigation
13 - Community Transport
12 - Eco-Tourism Sub-Projects
13 - Tribal Housing / Shelter
14 - Markets/Mini markets
15 - Multi-Use Building/Facility
16 - Livelihood and Capability Building Training
17 - Others, please specify _____
18 - Did not benefit from any KCNCDDP sub-projects
19 - Did not know

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ANNEX 2

Social Welfare and Development Indicators

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ANNEX 2

Social Welfare and Development Indicators

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ANNEX 2

Social Welfare and Development Indicators

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ANNEX 2

Social Welfare and Development Indicators

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ANNEX 3

Social Welfare and Development Indicators

The depletion of our forest is one of


the most serious environmental
problems of the
Philippines.
Ang pagkaubos ng ating kagubatan
ay isa sa mga pinakamalubhang
problemang pangkapaligiran ng
Pilipinas.
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