Mabanogbog

PART I. ECOLOGICAL PROFILE

A. HISTORY PROFILE
     
     Just  a  walking  distance away from the heart of the  city leis
beautiful place to live in. This  Place  is  situated between two (2)
rivers, the  Macalong  River on the  south  and  Mitura River on  the
north. This Place formerly  a  Sitio  of  Barangay San Vicente but as
years go by,  the  place  stands  independently  and  became a Barrio
February 27, 1960. Mabanogbog  is  the  name of the place. MABANOGBOG
was populated by the settlers coming from ILOCOS SUR. It was formerly
known as CASANTIAGOAN where  migrants from Santiago, ilocos Sur came.

     MABANOGBOG  was  derived  from  roaring  sound of water from the
creek "BOMANORBOR  NGA  DANUM" in Ilocano. From then on, the place is
now called Mabanogbog. Mabanogbog has a population 3,619 its has rich
and fertile land. Rice is planted for 2-3 croppings a year, different
kinds of vegetables  were  also  planted,  it is noted for its famous
SAMSAMPING.  In the late 1990's MABANOGBOG won as the CLEANEST, GREEN
EST and MOST  BEAUTIFUL BARANGAY in the WHOLE PROVINCE OF PANGASINAN,
at the time Cornelio Elegado leads the barangay.

     The  Leaders  of  Barangay MABANOGBOG known as the Tinyente Del
Baryo. Were  Don Pablo Locquiao,  Don Sisinando  Caliboso,  Barangay
Captain Geronimo Caliboso,  Anastacio Ballesteros, Cornellio Elegado,
Jimmy Siquig and the 3rd  timer Barangay  Captain Arsenio Elegado Sr.
a former School Teacher who has a dynamo of energy in public service.
Don Pablo Locquiao  and Don Feliciano  Figuracion Donated a lot where
Manan Elementary School  was  erected for the benefit of the populace
specially the school aged children.  Today,  Mabanogbog is one of the
MOST  CONDUCTIVE  PLACES  due to its peaceful, loving  and hospitable
populace.

VISION

     Uphold  and  maintain  the integrity and bring back the glorious
moment of  Barangay  being adjudge as THE CLEANEST, GREENEST BARANGAY
IN THE WHOLE PROVINCE OF PANGASINAN just few years back.

MISSION

     Fast tracked the Implementation of the Development Programs and
Projects, Pump primed our Local Economy, and Deliver Health Care 
Services to the Barangay Folk.

B. Type of Barangay  :  Rural

B-1:  Geographical Location(Boundaries)
           East  :  San Vicente
           West  :  Nancamaliran West Cafloresan
           North :  Camantiles
           South :  Nancamaliran East

B-2:  Total Land Area 
         Land Area in Hectare  :  129.07
         % to Total Land Area  :    1.07

B-3:  Distance from
      1. Poblacion 2 kilometers
      2. Provincial Capital
      3. National Highway 3 kilometers

Facilities owned and/or operated by the Barangay Government 
      a. Barangay Hall/Center             : 1
      b. Barangay Health Center           : 1
      c. Day Care Center                  : 1
      d. Barangay Reading Center          : 1
      e. Gabay sa Mamamayan Aksyon Center : 1
      f. Multi Purpose Hall/Pavement      : 1
      g. Market/Talipapa                  : 2

PROPOSED PRIORITY PROJECTS
        PROJECT TITLE            BRIEF DESCRIPTION
     1. Digging and Declogging       On going
     2. Clean and Green              On going
     3. Roadside Beautification      On going
     4. Garbage can                  done

C. Distribution of Land by Use
      1. Agricultural
         Land Area (Hectares)  :  129.0%
         % to Total  :  22.99%
      2. Residential
         Land Area (Sq. Kilometers)  :  0.05

D. Population Data
         Population      Female   Male   Total
      Children 0-5 y/o    154     230    384
      Children 6-12 y/o   212     312    524
      Children 13-17 y/o  172     172    344
      Adult 18-35 y/o     576     621   1197
      Adult 36-50 y/o     367     350    717
      Adult 51-65 y/o     229     196    425
     Adult 66 and Above   131      80    211

E. Household Data 
       Number of Households  :  897

F. Religion
             Religion        % to Total Population
      1. Roman Catholic              75%
      2. Iglesi ni Cristo            10%
      3. Born Again/Jehova           10%
      4. Others:                      5%
           Specify NAZARENE

G. Language/Dialects Predominantly Spoken
      1. English
      2. Tagalog
      3. Ilocano

SOCIO-CULTURAL DATA
   
A. Education
               Type            Male   Female   Total
     1. Pre-school/Day Care     20      18      38
     2. Primary/Elementary     227     151     378

B. Housing
  a. Kinds of Shelter
               Type                 Number
     1. Permanent(concrete,woods,     389
        and G.I sheets)
     2. Semi-Permanent(woods, and     170
        G.I sheets)
     3. Temporary(bamboo,sawali,      177
        and nipa/cogon)

LOCAL ADMINISTRATION DATA

A. BARANGAY GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
  1. Fiscal Capability
  a. Income of the Barangay from Regular Sources
      Source of Income      2014        2015         2016
  B. External
  1. Internal Revenue    2,245,773   2,344,124   2,583,262.00 
     Allotment(IRA)
  2. Real Property         100,000.00     100,000
     Tax Share

INFRASTRUCTURE

1. Transport Facilities and Services
  a. Road Network in Kilometers by surface type and by
     administrative level
     concrete  :  1

  b. Means of Transportation
       Tricycle
       Pedicab

A. Source of Potable Water
        Source of Water      Number
    Piped/Tubed/Level III     206
  
B. Source of Lightning
            Source    No.of Households served
   1. Electricity              675
   2. Kerosene                  5
   3. LPG                      600

C. Toilet Facilities
           Type            The Toilet
   1. Modern Type              50
     (Commercial Bowls)
   2. Water Sealed            670 
   3. None/Share               50

D. Health Facilities and Services
      Health Center  :  1

E. Sports and Recreational Facilities
      Basketball Courts  :  2

F. Cultural Data
           Activity                   Describe indigenous
   1. Settlement of disputes    Settlement thru Punong Barangay
   a. Giving Summons to the
      respondent
   2. Wedding Celebration       The same as the old tradition wedding
      a. Dancing in the night   celebration
      b. Preparing Foods
   3. Fiesta                    Celebration by means of popularity
      a. Parade                 contest
      b. Coronation
   4. Baptism                   Celebration after baptism
      a. Church Ceremony
      b. Preparing foods
   5. Burial                    Bringing the deceased in the cemetery
      a. Attending deceased     for burial

ECONOMIC DATA

   Locally Employed  : 679  
   Self-Employed     : 187
   Employed Overseas : 145
       
      Profession/Vocation   Number  Employed
   1. Doctors                 3        3
   2. Engineers               3        3
   3. Nurses                  20       20 
   4. Teachers                13       13
   5. Seaman                  4        4

Major Sources of Livelihood (e.g farming, fishing, employment,
business)
Rank : 1. Farming
       2. Employment
       3. Business

Major Locally Produced/Raw Materials
       1. Palay
       2. Vegetables

Distribution of Establishment by major Economic Sector
 1. Agricultural Establishment
                Type                  Number
       a. Nurseries/Flower Growing      8
       b. Fishpond/ Fish pens           6

 2. Commercial Establishment
              Type                  Number
      a. Sari-Sari Store              60
      b. Distributors,Dealers of      1  
         various Products 
      c. Restaurants/Karenderya       6
      d. Internet cafe shops          10

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