Provincial Statistics Office
Camarines Norte Province 
 
Maria Dulce C. Padayao
OIC-Provincial Statistics Officer 
 
2nd Floor LJR Building III
J. Lukban st. cor. Carlos II st.
Daet, Camarines Norte 4600
Tel no.:   (054) 440-2744 
Telefax:  (054) 440-2744 
 
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The Province

After cutting through the thick rainforest of Quezon Province going south, Camarines Norte is the first Bicol province to be reached, about 300 kilometers from Manila. Camarines Norte is blessed with a dense rainforest, habitat of numberless variety of wildlife. It is used to be the home of a big group of Agtas(Negritos), the country's early aborigines. The Spanish colonization in Luzon of 1571 drove this peace-loving little people to move to higher levels of woodland.

Drawn by the rumor of immense deposit of gold found in Camarines Norte at the towns of Mabulao, and Paracale, the Spaniards mastered in exploring the gold mining potential. Today, it stayed as a signature industry of the province. More magical in Camarines Norte is the large unshaken pineapple plantation. Capitalizing on this viable product, the people formed an enchanting yearly celebration called Pineapple Festival every May to express their gratitude to this

God-given bounty, making a powerful show of unity towards the prosperous industry. Travelers can easily purchase these sweet pineapple stalls brightly along the Pan-Philippine Highway before the capital town of Daet.

Provincial Statistical Figures

Demography May 2010
Total Population 2,731,928
Male 1,400,061
Female 1,331,867
Price Indices Jan 2016
Consumer Price Index (2006=100) 146.80
Inflation Rate 1.30
Purchasing power of the peso 0.68
Domestic Trade 2nd Qtr 2015
Coastwise trade  
Quantity* 9,727
Value* 392,955
Air trade  
Quantity* 523
Value* 3,253

*(Quantity in thousand tons; value in P1,000)

Camarines Norte Statistical News

May 2017

The economy of the Bicol Region expanded to 5.7 percent in 2016, slower than the 8.9 percent growth recorded in 2015. Industry and Services spurs the region’s economy albeit recording decelerated growths.

February 2017
The PSA-RSSO V, joined in the celebration of the 2017 Civil Registration Month as they held a CRVS Comic Book Making Contest-Regional Elimination. There were three (3) entries received for the said elimination coming from the provinces of Catanduanes and Sorsogon,... Read more about CRVS Comic Book Making Contest-Regional Elimination
February 2017
PSA RSSO V Conducted the 2017 Civil Registration Quiz at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Multi-Purpose Hall, Legazpi City. Each of the Provincial office held a provincial elimination prior to the conduct of the Regional Championship. The said CR Quiz was limited to... Read more about 2017 Regional Civil Registration Quiz
February 2017
PSA RSSO V conducted Training on the Registration of Authority to Solemnize Marriage held at PSA RSSO V training room. The aim of the training is to update knowledge and address issues and concerns regarding the application for Certificate of Registration of... Read more about Training on the Authority to Solemnize Marriage
February 2017

In order to promote awareness on the Civil Registration Month Celebration, RSSO V solicited support and participation from partner agencies through display of streamers in the conspicuous area of their respective offices. Most of the agencies answered the request and... Read more about Government Agencies Supports Civil Registration Month

February 2017
As one of the means of giving back to its stakeholders, PSA RSSO V conducted a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) dubbed as Handog Birth Certificate: Adopt-a-Day Care Center on February 9, 2017 at Sampaguita Day Care Center, Sitio Tico-tico, Barangay Taysan,... Read more about Handog Birth Certificate: Adopt-a-Day Care Center 2017
December 2016

The total family income in Bicol Region for the year 2003 reached P90.3 billion at constant 2000 prices. This figure accounted for a 4.3 percent share to the country's total family income generated in 2003. Within the 3-year span, the region's total family income... Read more about Bicol Region's Family Income Reaches 90.3B

July 2016
The economy of the Bicol Region accelerated to 8.4 percent in 2015, almost double its pace in 2014. Consequently, the region topped in terms of growth among other regions nationwide. Industry accelerated faster than Services, but both boosted the region’s economy... Read more about Bicol Region Posts Fastest Economic Growth in 2015
July 2014

Bicol Region’s economy expanded by 9.4 percent in 2013, the fastest growth among regions of the country. All sectors performed well with Services turning in the strongest performance.

Services remained the biggest contributor to Bicol’s economy accounting for... Read more about Bicol Region Records Fastest Economic Growth in 2013

September 2013

The National Statistical Coordination Board, Regional Statistical Coordination Unit V is an awardee of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in recognition as source of information for regional economic developments under the category “Outstanding Information Support... Read more about Poverty Incidence in the Bicol Region Hardly Improved in 2009

March 2011

The latest poverty statistics released by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) reveals that in Bicol Region, 36 in every 100 families in 2009 were poor. This translates to about 45 in every 100 individuals. Poverty situation in the region hardly changed... Read more about Poverty Incidence in the Bicol Region Hardly Improved in 2009

August 2007

The Regional Statistical Coordination Committee (RSCC) Region V approved, in its August 9, 2007 meeting, the poverty maps of the Province of Sorsogon. The poverty maps were prepared by the Provincial Planning and Development Office of Sorsogon with technical... Read more about RSCC 5 Approves Sorsogon Poverty Maps

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