Cabarroguis

SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE

2010 Update

I. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Prior to the advent of settlement, Cabarroguis is a vast forested area and form parts of the municipalities of Saguday, Diffun and Aglipay. It is originally occupied by the Aetas and later displaced by the Ilongot tribe because the Aetas are known of their nomadic characters. Many years later, permanent settlement were made by different civilized ethnic groups like Ilocanos, Tagalog and others in search of good fortune in this virgin land. As the population and settlement increases, regular barrios were created. These are the barrios of Zamora, Banuar, Burgos, Del Pilar, Dibibi, Eden, Villamor and five (5) more sitios of Villapena, Villarose, Tucod, Calaocan and Dingasan at the municipality of Aglipay: barrios of San Marcos, Gundaway and portion of Mangandingay at the municipality of Diffun and the other part of Mangandingay at the municipality of Saguday. The above stated barrios of different municipalities became the territorial jurisdiction of Cabarroguis by virtue of Republic Act No. 5554 enacted by the Philippine Congress authored by then Honorable Senator Leonardo Perez on June 21, 1969. The newly created municipality of CAbarroguis was named in honor of the late Congressman of Nueva Vizcaya, Honorable Leon Cabarroguis.

Cabarroguis operated as a regular municipality after the 1971 local polls wherein Honorable Anastacio dela Pena become the first Local Chief Executive.. Barangay Mangandingay also became the temporary seat of the municipal government, Years later, when Honorable Diomedes Dumayas was appointed as the town’s executive, the seat of the Local Government officially transferred to Barangay Zamora where a 12 hectares lot was donated.

II. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

A. Geographical Location

Cabarroguis is approximately located on the Northwestern part of the province of Quirino. It lies on the meridian of approximately 121 degrees, 31 minutes latitude and 16 degrees, 25 minutes longitude. It is bounded on the North, Northwest and Northeast by the municipalities of Diffun and Saguday respectively On the East and Southeast by the municipality of Aglipay, on the South by the municipalities of Maddela and Nagtipunan and on the West by the province of Nueva Vizcaya. It is about 12 kilometers from the provincial boundary between Province of Quirino and Isabela at barangay San Antonio, Diffun, Quirino.

B. Political Boundaries

The municipal area of Cabarroguis covers 26,902 hectares approximately. The area is further distributed into the seventeen (17) barangays comprising the municipality including barangay Didipio which remains to be in the municipality and the province of Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino.

TABLE NO. 1 Names of barangays with the corresponding land areas

Barangays Land Area (has.)
Urban:
1. Gundaway 629.6612
2. Zamora 427.1250
3. Mangandingay 500.7266
4. San Marcos 667.7311
Sub-total 2,255.2439
Rural:
1. Villarose 843.1654
2. Banuar 546.6502
3. Villamor 865.3353
4. Del Pilar 550.1530
5. Villapena 642.1622
6. Burgos 1,288.4090
7. Eden 1,001.8760
8. Gomez 491.8008
9. Dingasan 3,108.0650
10. Calaocan 677.9979
11. Dibibi 3,491.2367
12. Sto. Domingo 299.6062
13. Tucod (including Didipio) 10,869.8230
Sub-total 24,646.7561
Total 26,902

C. TOPOGRAPHY

TABLE NO. 2 Slope Classification and Area

Slope Classification Area
Paddy rice irrigated, 09, 22, 23 3,806 hectares
Production Forest, 120, 127, 128, 92 5,110 hectares
Forest Protection 65, 86, 88, 92 10,990 hectares
Corn, Peanut, Rain fed Rice, Vegetables 07, 75, 16,1 3,232 hectares
Pasture Land, Grassland 200 hectares
Institutional, Residential, Others 2,510 hectares
Total Area 26,902 hectares

III. DEMOGRAPHY

Population Size and Growth Rate

The trend of population growth in the municipality is evidently increasing.

Initially, year 1970 recorded a population of 7,835 person followed by census year 1975 which registered a total population of 12,226 that manifested a growth rate of 9.29%. Another increase of population was observed during census year 1980 which recorded 17,450 displaying a growth rate of 2.2% and for census year 1995, it manifested a 22,812 person displaying a growth rate of 2.25%. Base year of 2000 recorded a total population of 25,832 which manifested a growth rate of 2.25%. As of census year 2007, the population increased to 28,024 which manifested a growth rate of 1.21%

TABLE NO. 3 . Total Population and Household Population by Barangay CY 2010

Barangay Total Population Household Population
Urban:
  1. Gundaway
3,995 1,065
  1. Zamora
3,200 744
  1. Mangandingay
3,606 749
  1. San Marcos
2,394 502
Sub-total 13,155 3,060
Rural:
  1. Villarose
706 155
  1. Banuar
558 138
  1. Villamor
2,403 537
  1. Del Pilar
541 139
  1. Villapeña
698 166
  1. Burgos
3,525 842
  1. Eden
1,154 307
  1. Gomez
1,235 227
  1. Dingasan
549 139
10.  Calaocan 837 144
11.  Dibibi 3,028 638
12.  Sto. Domingo 708 163
13.  Tucod (including Didipio) 1,466 257
Sub-total 17,408 3,852
Total 30,563 6,912

IV. ECONOMIC SECTOR

A. AGRICULTURE

1. Agricultural Land Area

Based on Land Use Survey, result shows that the existing agricultural land of Cabarroguis is approximately 5,255.59 hectares of which greater area  were devoted to the production of rice. The municipality also produces other crops such as corn, peanuts, fruits and vegetables. However, land areas and number of producers were not determined.

The production yield per hectare was determined by type of crops. Average yield of rice per hectare range from 15,435 MT for irrigated and 691.6 MT for rainfed; Corn yields from 25 MT for white corn and 7,009.2 MT for yellow corn and for different type of fruits 18,300 MT for banana, 252 MT for mango and 64 MT for citrus.

2. Livestock and Poultry

Livestock production existing in the municipality was dominated by Swine with a total production of 3,477 heads which provides the greatest kilograms of meat produced. However, dogs are also catered too but meat production was not encouraged in the municipality.

The municipality has a minimal number of backyard poultry productions. Chicken is commonly the main source of poultry meat in the municipality with a total number of 27,400 heads.

TABLE NO. 4 Backyard Poultry by Barangay

Barangay Chicken Duck Turkey Geese
Urban:
  1. Gundaway
1,225 560 27 22
  1. Zamora
1,130 380 12 11
  1. Mangandingay
1,879 1,036 10 12
  1. San Marcos
3,501 970 20 0
Sub-total 7,735 2,946 69 45
Rural:
  1. Villarose
1485 230 0 15
  1. Banuar
449 75 0 1
  1. Villamor
1,050 538 02 9
  1. Del Pilar
137 13 0 0
  1. Villapeña
1,025 232 0 3
  1. Burgos
3,724 958 30 30
  1. Eden
2,032 63 0 0
  1. Gomez
1,843 287 1 9
  1. Dingasan
502 17 2 2
10.  Calaocan 3,840 37 0 0
11.  Dibibi 2,610 104 1 0
12.  Sto. Domingo 729 209 2 10
13.  Tucod (including Didipio) 239 49 1 1
Sub-total 19,665 2,812 39 80
Total 27,400 5,758 108 125

TABLE NO. 5 Backyard Livestock by Barangay

Barangay Carabao Cattle Goat Swine Sheep
Urban:
  1. Gundaway
68 32 52 321 0
  1. Zamora
72 45 34 232 0
  1. Mangandingay
71 58 67 243 5
  1. San Marcos
44 35 143 136 4
Sub-total 255 170 296 932 9
Rural:
  1. Villarose
78 85 102 258 0
  1. Banuar
24 21 42 47 3
  1. Villamor
107 50 130 110 12
  1. Del Pilar
17 8 7 13 0
  1. Villapeña
79 5 70 78 0
  1. Burgos
221 57 184 611 0
  1. Eden
200 0 18 222 0
  1. Gomez
66 1 35 123 0
  1. Dingasan
119 5 43 286 0
10.  Calaocan 99 24 44 140 0
11.  Dibibi 144 23 28 424 0
12.  Sto. Domingo 29 22 16 117 0
13.  Tucod (including Didipio) 100 0 2 116 0
Sub-total 1,283 301 721 116 15
Total 1,538 471 1,017 3,477 24

TABLE NO. 7 List of Existing Facilities

Facilities Number
1.Multi-Purpose Pavement (MPDP) 62
2.Mechanical Dryer 1
3. Wheel Tractor 1
4. Hand Tractor 136
5.Rice-Corn Thresher/Sheller 80
6. Baby Cono/Kiskisan 9
7. Warehouse 12
Total 303

TABLE NO. 8.  Agricultural Input Facilities

Facilities Number Location Type/Agency
1.Credit Facilities
a.)   Land Bank 1 San Marcos Government
b.)   Mallig Plains 1 Gundaway Private
c.)   Producers Bank 1 Gundaway Private
d.)   Lagawe MPDC 1 Gundaway Private
e.)   Kiangan MPDC 1 Gundaway Private
f.)    CARD Inc. 1 Gundaway Private
g.)   ADVANCE Finance 1 San Marcos Private
h.)   Cooperatives 17 All barangays NGO’s
2.Agricultural Input Dealers
a.)Fertilizer Dealers 3 Gundaway Private
1 Zamora Private
b.)Farm Tool Dealers 4 Gundaway, Zamora Private
3.Commercial Establishments
a.)Market Building 1 Gundaway Public/Gov’t.
b.)Slaughter House 1 Sto. Domingo Public/Gov’t.
c.)Department Store 2 Gundaway Private
San Marcos Government

TABLE NO. 8 Agricultural Land Area and Number of Farmers

Crops Area (hectares) Number of Farmers
1.Palay
Irrigated 1,715 1,600
Rainfed 91 78
2.Corn
White 10 15
Yellow 2,124 2,029
3.Vegetable
Squash 20
Ginger 5 10
Ampalaya 20 50
4.Rootcrops
Gabi 10 20
Cassava 15 15
5.Fruits
Banana 1,525 500
Citrus 64 25
Mango 63 37
Papaya 1 1
8.Fishery
Fishpond 11 210

TABLE NO. 9 Area, Yield and Value of Production of Major Crops

Crops Area Cropping Intensity Average Yield Per Hectare Total Yield
Rice:
Irrigated 1,715.0 has. 2 croppings 4.5 MT 15,435 MT
Rainfed 91.0 has. 2 croppings 3.8 MT 691.6 MT
Corn:
White 10.0 has. 2 croppings 2.5 MT 25 MT
Yellow 2,124.0 has. 2 croppings 3.3 MT 7,009.2MT
Vegetables:
Leafy 1.0 once 2.0 MT 2 MT
Ampalaya 20.0 once 10.0 MT 200 MT
Squash 20.0 Once 20.0 MT 400 MT
Root crop:
Gabi 10.0 Once 5,000.0 20
Ginger 5.0 once 2.0 MT 10
Cassava 15.0 once 20 MT 300
Fruits:
Mango 63.0 Once 4.0 MT 252 MT
Citrus 64.0 Once 1.0 MT 64 MT
Banana 1,525.0 2 croppings 6.0 MT 18,300 MT
Papaya 1.0 2 croppings 6.00 MT 120.0 MT
Fishery:
Fishpond 11.0 2 croppings 4.6 MT 96.25

TABLE NO. 10 Number of Agriculture Personnel

Position Number Services
Municipal Agricultural Officer 1 Supervisory
Agricultural Technologist 8 Extension
Data Entry Machine Operator 1 Extension

TABLE NO. 11 Existing Number of Department of Agriculture Personnel Stationed at Cabarroguis, Quirino

Position Number Services
Municipal Agricultural Officer 1 Supervisory
Agricultural Technologist 8 Extension
Data Entry Machine Operator 1 Extension

A. COMMERCE

Commercial activity within the municipality is commonly on retailing, wholesaling and service- oriented. Retail trade dominates the activity with a total of 503 recorded establishments of which 400 are mostly sari-sari stores, 4 gasoline station, 11 drugstores. Majority of the retailers are commonly located in the urban centers.

TABLE NO. 12 Number of Retailers

Location Sari-sari Store General Merchandize Gasoline Station Drug Store
Urban:
Gundaway 55 31 3 2
Zamora 41 1 0 1
Mangandingay 57 0 1 1
San Marcos 38 0 0 6
Rural:
Villarose 13 0 0 0
Banuar 12 0 0 0
Villamor 25 1 0 0
Del Pilar 14 0 0 0
Villapeña 10 0 0 0
Burgos 50 1 0 0
Eden 14 0 0 0
Gomez 5 0 0 0
Dingasan 8 0 0 0
Calaocan 6 0 0 0
Dibibi 33 0 0 0
Sto. Domingo 9 0 0 0
Tucod (including Didipio) 10 0 0 0

TABLE NO. 13 Number of Wholesalers

Location Warehouse General Merchandize
Gundaway 3 8
Zamora 1 4
Burgos 2 2
Dibibi 0 0
Mangandingay 2 2
San Marcos 2 6
Villamor 2 2

TABLE NO. 14 Number of Service-Oriented Establishments

Location Beauty Shops Restaurant/ Carinderia Photo Shops Funeral Parlor
Gundaway 4 10 4 1
Zamora 6 10 2 0
Burgos 1 3 0 0
Dibibi 0 5 0 0
Mangandingay 1 7 1 0
San Marcos 1 8 4 0
Villamor 0 0 0 0

V. SOCIAL SECTOR
A. HEALTH SERVICES
1. Personnel

The Rural Health Unit of Cabarroguis is situated at the Municipal Hall Compound, Zamora, Cabarroguis, Quirino. The facility is composed of the following health personnel: One (1) Municipal Health Officer, one (1) Public Health Nurse, one (1) Medical Technologist, one (1) Nutritionist, one (1) Population Officer, seven (7) Regular Midwives, 104 BHW’s and 27 BNS which are all trained.

2. Facilities

The municipality has seven (7) Barangay Health Station, one Main Health Center located at Barangay Zamora and one (1) Provincial Hospital located at Barangay San Marcos, Cabarroguis, Quirino.

3. Services

The Rural Health Unit of Cabarroguis rendered services as follows; consultation, maternal health care especially for pregnant women, post partum mothers and lactating mothers, child care given to infants and children given HEPA B vaccine, breastfed infants, children with diarrheal cases, children cases given Vitamin A supplements, Family Planning services, disease control, Sanitation Code, referrals, immunization and medical distribution.

4. Birth and Death

The municipality has registered 449 births for 2010 giving a Crude Birth Rate (CBR) of 14.69%. This shows a decrease from 2009 Crude Birth Rate of 19.22%.

In the same year, 10 infants death were registered equivalent to an infant mortality rate of 22.27% out of the recorded 449 live births.

The Crude Death Rate of 2010 is at 4.28% of the 131 recorded death of all causes which manifested an increase of 0.12% from the CDR of 4.16% in 2009 excluding the death from the other municipalities.

5. Leading Causes of Morbidity and Mortality

The ten (10) leading causes of morbidity for 2010 are upper respiratory tract infection/acute respiratory infection, hypertension, urinary tract infection, skin diseases, iron deficiency syndrome, injury/wound, muscuskeletal problem, diarrhea, asthma and flu.

In 2010 the ten (10) leading causes of mortality were Cardio-vascular Disease, malnutrition, status asthmaticus, diabetes milletus, cancer, myocardial infarction, peptic ulcer, cardio respiratory arrest, blood dyscresia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

TABLE NO. 15 Lists of Health Programs

TYPE OF SERVICES Number of Person Served Rate (%)
1.Maternal & Child Health Program
2.TT2 Immunization (Pregnant Women) 684 64%
3.Post Partum Visit 665 72%
4.Family Planning Program
a.)New Acceptor 114 9%
b.)Continuing Users 2,367 62%
5.Maternal Tuberculosis Program
a.)FIC 716 86%
b.)Infants given Hepa B vaccine 641 77%
c.)Infants with diarrhea cases 114 100% actual
6.Disease Control NTP
a.)Symptomatic & Sputum Exam. 410 100% actual
b.)Treated 34 85%
c.)Retreated
7.Malaria Diseases
a.)Case Finding 1,119 100% actual
b.)Clinically Diagnosed 0
c.)Given Treatment 0
8.Anti-Rabies
a.)Animal Bite Cases Seen 15 100% actual
b.)Given Immunization 0

B. SOCIAL WELFARE
1. Personnel and Services

There are four (4) Social Welfare Staff devolved to the municipality. The Office is composed of a Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer, Development Officer Aide, and  two (2) Social Workers and Permanent Day Care Workers.

The services catered by this agency in support to the needs of the populace in every barangay are: Parent Effectiveness Services, Marriage Counseling, Emergency Relief Assistance, Practical Skills Development, Peer Group Services, Referrals, Education/Youth Assistance, Day Care Services, Self Employment Assistance, Disabled Person Welfare Program, Women Welfare Program, Children Welfare Program, Elderly Welfare Program and Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situations. These social welfare services are catered to target clientele that are socially, physically, spiritually and economically depressed. Number of clientele however, varied yearly due to variables occurrence of needy populace in the whole municipality.

Aside from social welfare at the urban core and its facilities, there are 22 day care centers and one women center. These day care centers are not evenly distributed to the 17 barangays of the municipality.

TABLE NO. 16 Social Programs

TYPE OF PROGRAM NUMBER OF CLIENTELE
2008 2009 2010
1.Aid to Individual Crisis 342 311 323
2.Referrals 89 639 389
3.Pre-marriage Counseling 97 couples 72 couples 79 couples
4.Emergency Relief 113 families 205 families 2,025 families
5.Day Care Centers 505 preschoolers 485 preschoolers 500 preschoolers
6.Education Assistance 209 students 304 students 210 students
7.Disabled Elderly Person Welfare 1,666 1,016 1,000
8.Self Employment 5
9.Children Inconflict with the Law(CICL) 9 6 8
10.Violence Against Women Cases 24 15 47
11.Womens Welfare 252 250 241
12.Skills Training 60 women
14.  13.Suplemental Feeding 79 106 85
14.Tindahan Natin Project 19
15.Youth Forum 1,000 pupils/students 1,000 pupils/students

C. EDUCATION
1. Enrollment

The municipality of Cabarroguis has a complete educational level wherein there are 4 Private Primary Schools and 23 Public Elementary Schools; 10 Secondary Schools of which 2 are Private School. There are also 2 Tertiary Schools in the municipality, a public and a private school. Majority of the schools are located at urban areas and mostly are government owned. Out of the existing schools within the municipality, there is only one (1) private school for both Primary and Elementary while there is also a private tertiary school for both Secondary and Tertiary Level.

2. Facilities

The 27 Elementary Schools occupies a total aggregate area of 58,837.8 hectares. Among those Elementary Schools, only six (6) posses a complete school facilities such as shops, library, computer rooms, administration office, comfort room and playgrounds. Others have facilities but limited to shop, comfort room and playground. Textbooks and references are limited to pupils in each school.

3. Building

There are 140 existing Elementary School buildings within the municipality of which 117 are permanent, 21 semi-permanent and 2 temporary. Out of the total number of school buildings, 120 are found in good condition, 12 are dilapidated and 8 are deteriorating.

4. Student-Teacher Ratio and Student-Classroom ratio

4.c.1.  Elementary

The sum of Elementary teacher is 178 and the total number of students enrolled is 4,200 which manifest an average ratio of 1:23. Records show that Ambuklao Elementary School has the highest Teacher-Student Ratio of 1:57 and the lowest Teacher-Student Ratio is Waterfalls Elementary School with 1:15 ratio. The total enrollment and the total number of classroom for SY 2009-2010 is 196 which display a Student-Classroom Ratio of 1:21 wherein Loacan Elementary School revealed the highest student-classroom ratio 30:1 and Burgos Elementary School and has the lowest Student-Classroom Ratio of 14:1.

4.c.2 Secondary

As of SY 2009-2010, there are 10 registered Secondary Schools within the municipality and manifested an average Student-Teacher Ratio of 23:1. The school with the greatest Student-Teacher Ratio is Dibibi Integrated School with a rate of 33:1 and the lowest is Cagayan Valley Colleges of Quirino with a rate of 13:1.

4.c.3 Non-Formal Education

Through theNon-formal Education of the municipality is being extended to young adult populace who are willing to gain additional knowledge specializing livelihood oriented course like food preservation, tailoring, dressmaking, battery charging,  electrical rewinding, stuff toys making and other livelihood related courses.

TABLE NO. 18 Elementary Enrollments for the Last Two  School Years

SCHOOL SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010
  1. Ambuklao Elementary School
38 57
  1. Banuar Elementary School
62 57
  1. Burgos Elementary School
394 397
  1. Cabarroguis Central School
689 708
  1. Cabarroguis Christian School
88 99
  1. Calaocan Integrated School
127 112
  1. Dibibi Integrated School
160 160
  1. Dingasan Integrated School
117 103
  1. Eden Elementary School
164 177
10.  Eternal Life Christian Academy 37 39
11.  General Luna Elementary School 151 154
12.  Gomez Elementary School 90 78
13.  Loacan Elementary School 135 123
14.  Mangandingay Elementary School 414 409
15.  Potia Elementary School 140 117
16.  Renaissance Christian School 63 107
17.  Saint Mark School 124 115
18.  San Marcos Elementary School 361 346
19.  Sto. Domingo Elementary School 154 157
20.  Tucod Elementary School 164 181
21.  Upper Dibibi Elementary School 59 52
22.  Upper Dingasan Elementary School 102 79
23.  Villamor Elementary School 320 308
24.  Villarose Integrated School 120 107
25.  Villapena Elementary School 107 105
26.  Waterfalls Elementary School 64 60
27.  Zamora Elementary School 127 113
TOTAL 4,290 4,200
Increase/Decrease (decrease) 90

TABLE NO. 19 Secondary Enrollments for the Last Two School Years

SCHOOL SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010
  1. Burgos National High School
258 269
  1. CNSAT
577 566
  1. Calaocan Integrated School
112 105
  1. Cagayan Valley Colleges
119 100
  1. Dingasan Integrated School
179 152
  1. Dibibi Integrated School
235 237
  1. Quirino General High School
1,173 1,166
  1. Saint Mark School
214 200
  1. Tucod National High School
146 138
10.  Villarose Integrated School 71 78
TOTAL 2,751 2,711
Increase/Decrease (decrease) 27

TABLE NO. 20 Tertiary Enrollment for the Last Two School Years

SCHOOL SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010
  1. Quirino Polytechnic College
1,235 1,394
  1. Cagayan Valley College of Quirino
TOTAL
Increase/Decrease

TABLE NO. 21 Types of Construction and Existing Condition of Building

Type

0f Construction

Materials

CONDITION
GOOD DILAPIDATED COMMENDABLE TOTAL
Building Classroom Building Classroom Building Classroom Building Classroom
Permanent 108 168 6 14 3 5 117 187
Semi-permanent 11 14 6 10 4 7 21 31
Temporary 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 3

D. PROTECTIVE SERVICES

1. Insurgency

The Cabarroguis Police Station is continuously implementing a responsive and holistic crime prevention program in order to prevent, suppress and control the occurrence of crimes to ensure the safety of the public as well as internal adherence to the Integrated Transformation Program (ITP). The station is also maintaining its anti-terrorism efforts through the implementation of the three (3)-tired defense system (AGAP) or security survey inspection. As far as terrorism is concern, the station has no identified incidents of any dissident terrorist within the area of responsibility due to the conduct of anti-criminality campaign thru barangay visitations, seminars, information dissemination and  daily checkpoints in coordination with other law enforcement agencies, government and non-government organizations within the area of responsibility.

2. Criminality

Crime Trend:

The Crime Volume (CV) recorded during the period registered at 32 incidents of which 13 are found as Index Crime (IC) and 19 tailed to as Non-Index Crime. The incidents manifested an Average Monthly Rate of 111.72 % and a Crime Solution Efficiency Rate of 23.32%.

TABLE NO. 22 Crime Statistics

PARAMETERS 2010
Crime Volume 32
AM Crime Rate 111.72%
Index Crime

a.  Robbery with force upon things

b.  Physical Injury

c.  Physical injury in relation to 7610

d.  Physical injury in relation to 7619

e.  Rape in relation to 7610

  1. Rape

g.  Theft

h.  Serious physical injury

13

3

2

2

1

2

1

1

1

Non-Index Crime 19
Crime Solution Efficiency 87.50

3. Significant Accomplishments

3.d. 1 Operations

Prevention and suppression of crime is primarily through Community Oriented Policing System (COPS).

3.d.2 Crime Prevention and Police Visibility

In the prevention, control and suppression of crimes, the station maintained the implementation of a community oriented policy system which was successfully and effectively undertaken by having and impressive police visibility through extending visitation to plan out schemes against index crimes possibly by barangay. COMPACT is still actively implemented and are located to the barangays of Mangandingay, Gundaway and Burgos as to station’s participation to the community.

3.d. 3 Public Safety Activities

In assurance to the safety of the municipal populace, the station is always conducting intelligence monitoring within the area of responsibility (AOR) and to the vital installations evident in the area such as communication facilities like cell sites, television satellites of two television networks, three banking institutions and a gasoline station. Barangay Intelligence Network (BIN) of every barangay is organized as partners in monitoring such threats to public safety, Order, Maintenance, Peacekeeping and Internal Security.

4. Internal Security Operations

The stations intelligence operational efforts accounts for the prevention and neutralization of threats to national security, peace and order in the municipality.

Intelligence security services in all forms were attained as prescribed under the current PNP programs and missions. The counter- intelligence aspects prevented the proliferation of government personnel’s misdeeds, abuse and illegal activities.

The adoption of multi-linked intelligence operation network against terrorism and other forms of criminality was attained through the conduct of numerous intel networking and liasoning to include the organization and establishment to additional 20 members of the Barangay Intelligence Network (BIN) and other linkage to all Police Intelligence Network (PIN) and members of the Regional Police Intelligence Committee (RPIC).

5. General Administration and Support

Efficiency and effectiveness in the development and management of human and material resources.

5.d. 1 Personnel

The Cabarroguis Police Station is manned by a Police Chief Inspector and ably assisted by 21 PNCO’s serving a population of 28,029 showing a force population ratio of 1:1,273 which manifested a shortage of police personnel if we adopt the 1:100 police population ratio as prescribed under existing law.

6. Logistics

The stations have on hand thirty-one (31) assorted firearms with corresponding basic loads/rounds of ammunitions and are all serviceable. On mobility aspect, the station has 3 patrol vehicles and 1 motorcycle, all serviceable. Furthermore, station has two (2) communication facilities. Table No. 22 hereof reflects the logistical strength/support provided for by the PNP and the Local Government Unit.

TABLE NO. 24  Logistical Strength/ Support

PARAMETERS 2009 2010
POL  Allocation (PNP/LGU) LGU-30,000.00/PNP-1,059 LGU-30,000.00/PNP-1,059
Mobility 3 3
Communication 1 1
Firearms 31 31
Ammunitions 6,905 6,905
Vehicles/Service 3 3
Base Radio 1 1

VI. INFRASTRUTURE SECTOR

A. TRANSPORTATION

The land transportation played a vital role in the socio-economic development of the municipality. As a result, there were tricycles that operate within the municipality as well as traversing inside and outside the area. Due to the presence of barangay roads that interlinks the rural to urban area, remote barangays are already within reach except during wet season due to some difficulties.

1. Bridges

Record show that there are 4 RCDG bridges, 2 bailey bridges, and 2 timber overflow bridge, 4 box culverts and 4 hanging bridges existing in the municipality. These bridges are very much important in the easy mobilization of products of upland barangays.

2. Roads

The municipality has a complete hierarchy of road network from National, Provincial, Municipal and Barangay Roads.

For national road, there is a 5 kilometer national road that traversed in the municipality, from the northern part to the northeastern part. It has a 30 meters width paved with asphalt.

For provincial road, the municipality has a total of provincial road length of 32.8 kilometers with 10 meters width. 25.45 were graveled; 14 kilometers earth fill and 7.8 kilometers are paved concrete.

For municipal road, there are 34 existing municipal streets in the municipality. Majority of which are located in the urban core. It recorded a total road length of 21.0893 kilometers of which 1.5967 kilometers were concretely paved; 18.8126 kilometers are graveled with 8 meters width.

For barangay roads, each barangay has a farm to market road. The accessibility encourages the populace to produce more farm and agricultural products which enhance the capability of the Local Government Unit to generate more income and revenue.

B. WATER

The presence of ferry boat traversing in the Addalem River, in barangay Dibibi played a vital role in the development of the whole municipality. It is the only mean of transportation among the upland areas of Dibibi.

C. COMMUNICATION

Communication facilities are also evident in the municipality especially in the urban area. The Postal Office located at the Municipal Compound is manned by 1 Postmaster assisted by 2 Postal Personnel. The office is equipped with 1 fried machine, two weighing scale, 1 type writer, 1 mail cabinet and 1 vault.

The presence of Quirino Cable Network (CAT-V), a private owned establishment equipped with 6 receivers, 8 modulators, 2 satellite disc, 2 aerial antenna, 1 beta player and 1 DVD-VCD player and 1 television that could provide the subscribers an access to monitor 5 foreign and 3 local TV Channels. The presence of satellites of the two competing television networks in the country such as GMA Network Inc. and ABS-CBN merely improves the awareness of the populace and be informed and updated to the latest development of the country and as well as with regards to social and economic activities worldwide.

Telephone lines are focused in the urban core of which there are 40 sets of telephone connections, 20 of these are installed in the private establishments and 20 sets are in the government institutions. The use of mobile phones and cell phones was also encouraged in the municipality as an easy way to communicate weather for personal or business aspect or use.

The presence of internet connections advances the awareness into current events nationwide and worldwide.

Various printed materials are also displayed in selected newsstands in the urban area.

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