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SEPTERMBER-OCTOBER 2019 UPDATES

1. MALNUTRITION

January 2018
  • 9 %(15 out of 156) of the children are not exclusively breastfed
  • 8 %(13 out of 156) of the children are not breastfed at all
  • 35 %(93 out of 265 households) are below the poverty line
  • 47 % (113 out of 243 households) have high crowding index
  • 20 %(32 out of 156) of children ages 0-59 months are wasted
  • 22 %(34 out of 156) of children ages 0-59 months are underweight
  • 26 %(41 out of 156) of children ages 0-59 months are stunted
  • 81 %(217 out of 265) of households do not use iodized salt
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Updates for Overall Nutritional Status of 0-59 months old:

June 2018

Date of weighing: Feb 2018

Out of 156 children, 14 children have been dropped out due to ages beyond 59 months.

Out of 142 children:

  • 13%(19 out of 142) of the children are wasted
  • 16%(23 out of 142) of the children are underweight
  • 27%(36 out of 142) of the children are stunted

January 2019

Date of weighing: Oct 2018

Out of 142 children:

  • 12%(17 out of 142) of the children are wasted
  • 10%(14 out of 142) of the children are underweight
  • 24%(34 out of 142) of the children are stunted
September 2019
  • 16%(8 out of 59 mothers) do not practice exclusive breastfeeding

Among 0-59 months old:

  • 12%(11 out of 91 children) are underweight
  • 15%(14 out of 91 children) are severely underweight
  • 7%(6 out of 91 children) are wasted
  • 19%(17 out of 91 children) are severely wasted
  • 16%(15 out of 91 children) are stunted
  • 22%(20 out of 91 children) are severely stunted

Among the 91 children:

  • 10%(9 children) are both severely underweight and severely wasted
  • 3%(3 children) are severely underweight, severely wasted and severely stunted

2. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

January 2018

  • 26% (70 out of 265) of the households do not practice waste segregation.
  • 35%(135 out of 265) of the households practice open burning of wastes.
  • 10%(39 out of 265) of the households openly dump their wastes.
  • 72%(199 out of 265) of the households do not utilize compost pits.
  • There is no regular schedule of waste collection by the garbage truck.
  • There is no existing material recovery facility (MRF) in the barangay and the Upper Manguiles Elementary School.

Updates on Solid Waste Management Practices among Households as of September 2019

  • 72%(173 of 240)of the households utilize compost pits.
  • 44% (106 of 240) of the households practice open burning of wastes
  • 16%(38 of 240)of the households openly dump their waste.
  • 62% (149 of 240) of the households do not utilize compost pits.
  • Re-established collection of schedule of non-biodegradable waste: every 30thof the month.
  • MRF in every purok is under construction.

3. IMPROVEMENT OF BARANGAY HEALTH SERVICES

  • 11%(29 out of 265 households) utilize the Barangay Health Station (BHS).
    • 10% ( 27 out of 29 households) utilize it once a month
    • 1% (2 out of 29 households) utilize it once a week
  • 89%(231 out of 265 households) go directly to the Rural Health Unit (RHU) for medical assistance (only when needed)
  • The barangay is 20km away from the RHU and Medicare Hospital.

· BHWs do not follow scheduled duty leaving the BHS closed and operational only when the nurse comes for prenatal and immunization.

· Important medical equipment needed for a well-functioning BHS is not available.

UPDATE AS OF SEPTEMBER 2019:

  • 75.9%(180 out of 237 households) utilize the Barangay Health Station (BHS).
    • 75% ( 135 out of 180 households) utilize it when needed
    • 20.5% (37 out of 180 households) utilize it once a month
    • 2.22% (4 out of 180 households) utilize twice a month
    • 2.22%(4 out of 180 households) utilize once a week
  • 47.36%(27 out of 57 households) go directly to the Rural Health Unit (RHU) for medical assistance 
  • 35.08%(20 out of 57 households) go directly to the Hospital for medical assistance (only when needed)
  • 17.54%(10 out of 57 households) go directly to Binisaya

4. POOR ACCESS TO SAFE WATER

  • 51%(135 out of 265) of the households obtain their drinking water from Level I sources.
  • 78%(206 out of 265) of the households do not practice any water purification methods.
  • 18%(48 out of 265) of the households reported having at least one family member experienced diarrhea within the past 5 years (2012-2017).

UPDATES SEPTEMBER 2019

  • 74%(135 out of 240) of the households obtain their drinking water from Level I sources.
  • 70%(206 out of 240) of the households do not practice any water purification methods.
  • 27%(48 out of 240) of the households reported having at least one family member experienced diarrhea within the past 5 years (2014-2019).
  • Two out of three communal water sources failed to pass for safe water drinking.

5. HIGH INCIDENCE OF HYPERTENSION

  • Among the 527 surveyed individuals aged 18 years old and above, 76%  are Pre-Hypertensive and Hypertensive
  • 35%  (183 out of 527) of the individuals are Pre-Hypertensive
  • 41%  (216 out of 527) of the individuals are Hypertensive
  • 28%  (145 out of 527) of the individuals are Stage I Hypertensive
  • 13%  (71 out of 527) of the individuals are Stage II Hypertensive
  • 27%(143 out of 527) of the individuals 18 years and above are smokers and;
  • 30%(137out of 527) of the individuals 18 years old and above are alcoholic beverage drinkers
  • 45 %(118 out of 265) of households have preserved fish ginamos as their viand.

Updates as of January 2019:

Among the 216 identified hypertensive individuals,

  • 15%(32 out of 216) of the individuals are diagnosed as Stage I Hypertensive
  • 6%(12 out of 216) of the individuals are diagnosed as Stage II Hypertension with one (1) CVA comorbidity development
  • 1% (2 out of 216) of the individuals expired with death related to CVA and old age

Percentage of DOH Hypertension Club enrolled hypertensive individuals who were able to receive monthly supply of free antihypertensive medications:

  • 7%(16 out of 216) of the individuals received free medications from the DOH Hypertension Club

Updates as of September 2019:

Among the 576 surveyed individuals aged 18 years old and above, 39%are Pre-Hypertensive and Hypertensive

  • 14%(80 out of 576) of the individuals are Pre-Hypertensive
  • 25%(144 out of 576) of the individuals are Hypertensive
  • 46%(67 out of 144) of the individuals are categorized Stage 1 Hypertensive
  • 53%(77 out of 144) of the individuals are categorized Stage 2 Hypertensive
  • 7%   (3 out of 44) individuals expired with death related to CVA

Percentage of DOH Hypertension Club enrolled hypertensive individuals who were able to receive monthly supply of free antihypertensive medications:

  • 23%(33 out of 144) of the individuals received free medications from the DOH Hypertension Club
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