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Northern Mindanao QuickStat

PRICE INDICES March 2022
Consumer Price Index (2018 = 100) 113.6
    Inflation rate 4.3
    Purchasing power of the peso 0.88
FOREIGN TRADE January 2022
Export (FOB value in USD) 162,949,983
Import (FOB value in USD) 384,348,803
DOMESTIC TRADE
(Quantity in thousand tons;
value in P1,000)
4th Qtr 2021 p
Water  
    Quantity 316,053
    Value 18,672,624
Air  
    Quantity 12
    Value 480
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
(Source: LFS)
January 2022 p
Labor force (in thousands) 3,507
    Labor force participation rate 62.7
      Employment rate 94.9
      Unemployment rate 5.1
      Underemployment rate 14.9
CONSTRUCTION 3rd Qtr 2021
(Floor area in square meters; value in P1,000)  
Total (number) 1,248
     Total floor area 170,413
     Value 1,165,607
Residential (number) 997
     Total floor area 81,096
      Value 487,441
Nonresidential (number) 248
     Total floor area 89,307
      Value 677,784
Additions (number) 1
     Total floor area 10
      Value 57
Alterations/repairs (number) 2
      Value 324
OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT
(Source: SOF) 
2019
    Total overseas filipino workers (in thousands) 58,806
    In percent 2.7
Economy 2020
Gross Regional Domestic Product  
    (Value in thousand pesos at constant 2018 prices)  
         GRDP 822,553,826
             Agriculture, forestry and fishing 178,787,867
             Industry 207,241,083
             Services 436,524,877
   (Growth rate at constant 2018 prices) 2019-2020
        GRDP -5.2
              Agriculture, forestry and fishing 1.5
              Industry -1.9
              Services -9.0
Economy (continued) 2020
Gross Regional Domestic Expenditure
 
    (Value in thousand pesos at constant 2018 prices)
 
             Household Final Consumption Expenditure
449,587,413
             Government Final Consumption Expenditure
106,085,412
             Gross Capital Formation
146,114,587
             Net Exports
122,896,521
    (Growth rate at constant 2018 prices)
2019-2020
              Household Final Consumption Expenditure -7.4
             Government Final Consumption Expenditure 13.0
             Gross Capital Formation -21.2
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
(Source: ASPBI)
2017 
Number of establishments (Total employment with 20 or more workers)  
Agriculture and forestry/Agriculture, hunting and forestry/Agriculture, forestry and fishing 133
Mining and quarrying 4
Manufacturing 139
Electricity, gas, and water/electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 16
Construction 32
Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, and motorcycles 284
Hotels and restaurants/Accommodation and food service activities 147
Transportation/Transport, storage and communications/Transport and storage 35
Financial intermediation/Financial and insurance activities 32
Real estate/Real estate, renting and business activities/Real estate activities 7
Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities
5
Education/Private education 136
Health/Health and social work/ Human health and social work 62
Other community, social and personalservices/Other service activities 4
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities 15
Arts entertainment and Recreation 12
Information and communication 13
Administrative and Support Activities 51
VITAL STATISTICS (Source: VSR) 2021 p
Registered birth 1/ (usual residence) 72,593
    Male 37,908
    Female 34,685
Registered marriages 1/ (at place of occurence) 17,479
Registered deaths 1/ (usual residence) 35,086
    Male 19,586
    Female 15,500
Infant deaths 1/ (usual residence) n.a.
    Male n.a.
    Female n.a.
Fetal deaths 1/ (usual residence) n.a.
POVERTY STATISTICS 2018
Annual Per Capita Poverty Threshold (in pesos)
24,835
Annual Per Capita Food/Subsistence Threshold (in pesos)
17,370
Poverty Incidence (in percent)
 
    Among Families 17.3
    Among Population 23.1
    Among Women 22.9
    Among Children 31.6
    Among Youth 20.5
    Among Senior Citizens 12.4
    Among Individuals in Urban Areas
16.4
    Among Individuals in Rural Areas
28.8
    Among Migrants and Social Workers
14.8
    Among Farmers
34.2
    Among Fisherfolks
20.5
    Among Self-employed and unpaid family worker
21.6
    Among 15 years old and above with disability
16.2
Magnitude of Poor  (in thousands)
 
    Number of Poor Families
194.2
    Number of Poor Individuals
1,129.2
    Number of Poor Women
548.1
    Number of Poor Children
600.8
    Number of Poor Youth
292.5
    Number of Poor Senior Citizens
49.5
    Number of Poor Individuals Residing in Urban Areas
381.4
    Number of Poor Individuals Residing in Rural Areas
739.0
    Number of Poor Migrants and Social Workers
176.7
    Number of Poor Farmers
190.4
    Number of Fisherfolks
6.0
    Number of Poor Self-employed and unpaid family worker
135.7
    Number of Poor Persons aged 15 years old and above with disability
12.3
Subsistence Incidence (in percent)
 
    Among Families
3.9
    Among Population
5.9
    Among Women
5.9
    Among Children
8.9
    Among Youth
4.8
    Among Senior Citizens
1.9
    Among Individuals in Urban Areas
3.9
    Among Individuals in Rural Areas
7.6
    Among Migrants and Social Workers
3.3
    Among Farmers
10.1
    Among Fisherfolks
4.9
    Among Self-employed and unpaid family worker
6.0
    Among 15 years old and above with disability
3.1
Magnitude of Food Poor (in thousands)
 
    Number of Food Poor Families
43.3
    Number of Food Poor Individuals
289.9
    Number of Food Poor Women
140.6
    Number of Food Poor Children
169.2
    Number of Food Poor Youth
68.2
    Number of Food Poor Senior Citizens
7.7
    Number of Food Poor Individuals Residing in Urban Areas
91.7
    Number of Food Poor Individuals Residing in Rural Areas
195.7
    Number of Food Poor Migrants and Social Workers
39.7
Magnitude of Food Poor  (continued,,,,)
2018
    Number of Food Poor Farmers
56.1
    Number of Food Poor Fisherfolks
1.5
    Number of Food Poor Self-employed and unpaid family worker
37.6
    Number of Food Poor Persons aged 15 years old and above with disability
2.3
FAMILY INCOME AND EXPENDITURE
(Source: FIES)
(in thousand pesos, at current prices)
2018
Annual average family income 250
Annual average family expenditure 175
Annual average family saving 76
EDUCATION (Source: FLEMMS) 2019
Basic literacy rate
(10 years old and over)2/
98.2
Functional literacy rate
(10 to 64 years old) 3/
95.4
FAMILY PLANNING
(Source: 2011-FHS, 2013 and 2017 -NDHS)
2017
Modern method 4/ 44.9
Traditional method 4/ 8.6
DEMOGRAPHY (Source: CPH) 2020
Total Population 5,022,768
    Urban
n.a.
    Rural n.a.
    Male n.a.
    Female n.a.
    0-14 years n.a.
    15-64 years n.a.
    65 years and over n.a.
Density
(persons per square kilometer)
246
Average household size n.a.
  2015-2020
Growth rate 1.46
  2022
Population projection 5/
5,128,964
1/ -Source: 2010 Census-Based National, Regional and Provincial Population Projections
2/ -Based on civil registration. Not adjusted for underregistration.
3/ -Based on currently married women aged 15-49 years.
4/ -Basic reading and writing skills.
5/ -Basic reading, writing, and computational skills.
6/ -Estimates are preliminary and may change. Figures were estimated using the 2000 Census-based Population Projections.
7/ -Source: Survey on Overseas Filipinos.
8/ -Based on Household Population.
9/ -Based on Actual Population.
10/-Based on Census of Philippine Business and Industry.
11/ -Based on Population Growth Rate 2000-2010.
12/ -Based on Population Growth Rate 2010-2015.
13/ -Place of occurence.
r/ -Revised.
p/ -Preliminary.
* -Quantity less than 0.5 tons.
..- Data Not Available
(-) - No Transaction
S – Data suppressed.
CPBI – Census of Philippine Business and Industry.
CPH – Census of Population and Housing.
ASPBI – Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry.
NDHS – National Demographic and Health Survey.
FHS – Family Health Survey.
FPS – Family Planning Survey.
FLEMMS - Functional Literacy, Education, and Mass Media Survey
FIES - Family Income and Expenditure Survey
LFS – Labor Force Survey.
VSR – Vital Statistics Report.
n.a. - not yet available.

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